This dashboard presents information on the displacement situation in the Far North Region of Cameroon. Data was collected between 1—13 of February 2019. The displaced population is estimated at 442,683 individuals (253,813 IDPs, 79,787 out of camp refugees and 109,083 returnees). 844 villages were evaluated including 9 new villages. 66 uninhabited villages were identified.
94% of the target population is displaced due to armed conflict in the Region and 6% is displaced due to flooding and other climatic factors. Less then 1% of displacements are due to other non-specific reasons.
50,4% of the displaced population is male and 49,9% is female. 62% are under 18 years old, while 3% are 60 years old or older. 38% of those displaced live with host families, 28% live in spontaneous sites, 18% returned to their original dwelling, 10% live in rental homes, and one per cent live in collective centers.