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Nepal Flood Response- DTM Round 1


Beginning on 11 August 2017, the worst rains in 15 years struck Nepal, triggering widespread large-scale flooding and landslides
in many districts in Nepal causing many damages to life and property.
The Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) is designed to regularly capture, process, and disseminate information to provide a
better understanding of the evolving needs of a displaced population. The DTM is an information management tool, rolled out
in the immediate aftermath of the Nepal flood by the Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) cluster to gather
baseline information on the nature of displacement, mobility of population, needs and gaps.
The DTM for Nepal will focus on monitoring concentrated sites, where they exist. Concentrated sites include spontaneous
settlements and collective centers (people living away from their homes, in schools or other public buildings), where immediate
needs for basic services, protection and site facilitation are likely to be greater. These people have urgent and specific needs,
which should be monitored by Government and appropriate clusters.
From 21 August, 18 sites have been identified and assessed in six districts; Morang, Sunsari, Saptari, Siraha, Banke and Bardiya
which are six of severely affected districts. Among which no site was identified in Siraha district.

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