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No significant changes in the situation observed during the past two weeks except the sporadic exchange of fire reported in Kilo 7 in Al Hudaydah City near to the airport area as well as in the southern part of the governorate. There are very limited number of returnees reported in Al Hudaydah City. SNCC (Sub-National Cluster Coordinator) participated in the RCT (Regional Coordination Team) meeting to discuss Al Hudaydah City returnee’s response plan and other issues related to access and the overall humanitarian situation.
CCCM partners conducted a mapping of community governance structures and the formation of 20 camp management committees for targeted sites in Sool.
Members of the committees were selected by the community to be representative of all aspects of the displaced population including women, elders, youth, traditional leaders and minority groups.
The CCCM Cluster conducted a three day Introduction to Camp Coordination and Camp Management Training for 25 partners working in Banadir and Afgooye. Partners are implementing CCCM projects in 75 IDP sites in the Banadir region.
Data collection for the second round of the Detailed Site Assessment has kicked off. 29 districts have been covered so far, with another 8 districts planned for December.
Since late 2013, the intensification of conflict in North and Central Iraq has resulted in multiple waves of mass displacement across the country.
As of December 2017, 2,780,406 internally displaced persons (IDPs) were identified in Iraq. Of these, 580,193 individuals were registered across 80 formal camps, with a majority of IDPs living in Ninewa and Dahuk governorates.
The period of 2017-2018 has seen increased numbers of internally displaced persons (IDPs) returning to their area of origin (AoO) across Iraq. However, as of October 2018, there remains 1.9 million Iraqi IDPs. This includes approximately 465,000 individuals and 93,000 households that reside in 128 formal IDP camps across the country, 54 of which are comprised of 100 or more households.
Summary of Findings
Communities assessed: 563
Total IDP arrivals: 25,041
Total IDP departures: 44,649
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