Information currently published here refers to the cycle that started on March, 2016 and finished on early May 2016

The Returnee Assessement Coverage chart showing Identified Locations series, Assessed Locations series.

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Identified Locations in Round 41 
Number of Locations Assessed 
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Number of Locations Inaccessible 
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The Timeline of the Observed Return Movement chart showing Series 1 series.
The The Main Reason of Return chart showing Series 1 series.
The   Type of Return chart showing Series 1 series.
The SADD by Governorate of Return chart showing Females 0-5 series, Females 6-12 series, Females 13-17 series, Females 18-45 series, Females 46-59 series, Females 60+ series, Males 0-5 series, Males 6-12 series, Males 13-17 series, Males 18-45 series, Males 46-59 series, Males 60+ series.
The Age Distribution chart showing Series 1 series.
The Sex Distribution chart showing Series 1 series.

Data on age distribution is grouped in six age categories (0-5; 6-12; 13-17; 18-45; 46-59; 60 and above) from a sample of families in each location.

The Vulnerable Categories chart showing Females series, Males series.
The % of Vulnerable Group by Governorate of Return chart showing Series 1 series.
Estimated countrywide distribution of vulnerable group.
The Sectorial Needs By Governorate of Return chart showing Total families series, Water-Drinking series, Water-Cooking/Washing series, Food series, Shelter series, NFI series, Access to Income series, Education series, Health series, Legal Help series, Protection of Children series, Sanitation/Hygiene series, Psychosocial Support series, Rehabilitation services series, Security series.
The Sectorial Needs Countrywide chart showing Series 1 series.
The Problems by Governorate of Return chart showing No Problem series, Distance series, Price series, Quality series, Quantity series, Unequal Access series.
The Damage Level by Governorate of Return chart showing Mostly Not Damaged series, Mostly Damaged series, There never was one series.

Refer to Location Assessment here for more details about the problems associated each sector.

The Reasons for Not Being Able to Return to Habitual Residence chart showing Series 1 series.
The Able to Return to Habitual Residence chart showing Series 1 series.
The Most Affected Places by UXO chart showing Series 1 series.
The Feeling Safety by Governorate of Return chart showing Series 1 series.
The Most Common Security Incident by Governorate of Return chart showing Series 1 series.
The Information Returnees are not able to access by governorate of Return chart showing Info on Detained family members status series, Info on Family Reunification Mechanisms series, Info on Documentation and legal services series, Info on Food distributions series, Info on Health Care series, Info on Protection Services series, Info on NFI Distribution series, Info on Water and Sanitation series, Info on Security Situation series, Info Other series.
The Return Information Sources chart showing Series 1 series.
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Identification of Protection Concerns for the Returnees in Iraq

In keeping with humanitarian principles, Sphere standards, the centrality of protection, and the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) Gender-Based Violence (GBV) Guidelines and the Minimum Standards for Child Protection, IOM is committed to ensuring that the particular needs of all migrant women, girls, men and boys, are identified and addressed by mainstreaming GBV prevention and risk mitigation measures.

As stated in these instruments, protection of all persons affected and at risk must inform humanitarian decision-making and response, which entails identifying risks, and how and why these risks affect displaced populations, at the very outset of a crisis and thereafter, taking into account the specific vulnerabilities that underlie these risks, including those experienced by men, women, girls and boys.

As part of a global initiative supported by several donors, IOM has enhanced the type of data collected by the DTM to include protection indicators in order to provide a more holistic picture of displacement and its consequences on the affected population. DTM Iraq, with support from SIDA and PRM, has engaged with protection actors to redesign data collection tools to include specific indicators informing GBV and protection risks, in particular, in relation to site layout and infrastructure, security, priority legal needs, protection issues, child protection concerns, women’s knowledge about the availability of GBV services in camps and camp-like settings and their active participation in the provision of such services.

By incorporating these indicators, the DTM tools allow for the identification of protection issues, thereby ensuring that humanitarian actors are well informed of the vulnerabilities and most pressing protection needs of the displaced populations in Iraq.

Data from the Returnee Location Assessment that is not sensitive can be found on the general page. This portal page is specifically for actors within the Protection Cluster, and the GBV and Child Protection Sub-Clusters with whom data sharing Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) have been established. Due to the sensitivity of the information (e.g. child protection needs, early marriage indication, and counter-trafficking indicators for Returnees), its circulation is specific for a set of actors. It should be noted, however, that despite the information being sensitive, the DTM Iraq does not identifying individual information. As this data is collected at the location level, it only serves as a flagging mechanism for protection actors to follow up with more detailed assessments to further validate and better specify the scope and dynamics of the protection concerns identified.

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Information currently published online refers to assessment conducted from 25 March to 10 May, 2016

  • To download the latest Returnee Location Assessment questionnaire, please click here.
  • To download the Returnee Location Assessment report, please click here.
  • To download the Returnee Location Assessment dashboard, please click here.