Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) Earthquake in Lombok 2018, Narrative Report DTM round II, November 7, 2018 – Indonesia
The first round of DTM identified 432,015 IDPs (130,492 HH), 54% women and 46% men, living in 2,700 displacement sites with the smallest number of IDPs and living in the sites are 16 people or 4 HH.
People whose homes were not damaged have returned to their homes while others live either in displacement sites or in separate transitional shelters built by themselves or provided by several entities such as NGOs. and the private sector.
One month later, thanks to the 2nd cycle of DTM carried out from October 19 to 23, the number of displaced people decreases to 124,144 people (37,532 HH) living in 1,055 displacement sites. Where 66 sites were established after September 16, 2018.
Overview of the situation
Almost 2 months after the last round of Richter scale earthquakes above 6 hit the island of Lombok and Sumbawa, people whose homes were damaged or who were alerted by the impact of the earthquake still live collectively in several displacement sites identified during the 1st DTM site assessment cycle. For people whose land has already been cleared of rubble and debris, they have started to build and live in their own shelter, whether or not they have received support from the government, public enterprises (BUMN), the sector. private, NGOs, religious entities. Unfortunately, there was not a complete record of the number of IDPs living in displacement sites and their mobility when no longer staying at their displacement sites, as described in the outcome of the 1st cycle. evaluation of DTM sites. This condition led the coordinator of the Displacement and Protection cluster, in collaboration with the local universities in Lombok and Sumbawa, to decide to deploy the 2nd round of evaluation of the DTM site in Lombok and Sumbawa with the technical support of IOM Indonesia.
Based on the results, the number of displacement sites assessed in Round 1 increased from 2,700 to 989 (1,691 sites were closed and 21 sites were still in use but the number of IDPs living on these sites was less than 16 people and 4 people) but 66 sites outside of the aforementioned numbers were established after September 16, 2018 and were not evaluated in the 1st round. The number of internally displaced persons also increased from 432,015 to 124,144 people for various reasons of return.
The type of displacement sites was dominated by spontaneous sites (802 sites) without proper planning to use and became a displacement site with 90,367 people. 792 sites were predominantly set up with tarpaulin tents and no site reported that there was no food stock / support during this reporting period.