In 2019, the inter-agency DTM for Children on the Move helpdesk received 65 support requests from colleagues in 7 humanitarian agencies/groups working in HQ, in 4 regional offices, and in 15 country offices. CP AoR colleagues are encouraged to contact the Project Coordinator for remote or in-person facilitation on collaborating with DTM, identifying information needs, selecting indicators for DTM data collection, and for guidance on how to analyze and use DTM data. Country-specific information on DTM (contact information, data collection methodologies, published reports, and downloadable raw-data) may be found when searching by country on the following website: https://displacement.iom.int
The project is looking for volunteers willing to pilot the indicators and tools for integrating child protection into DTM Location Assessments and/or Flow Monitoring Surveys. Selected pilot countries will benefit from the following support:
Colleagues interested in having their respective countries considered as pilot locations for the DTM for Children on the Move project should contact the Project Coordinator: Shannon Hayes (email@example.com).