This study helps to close data gaps by using micro-level data to profile IDPs. The report uses micro-data, defined as individual and household-level data that is collected directly through personal interviews. Comprehensive micro-data surveys cover IDP populations in four countries in Sub Saharan Africa: Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan, and Sudan. The micro-data surveys represent IDPs, refugees, and non-displaced populations. The analysis is guided by the durable solutions indicator framework while the policy insights focus on overcoming displacement-induced vulnerability. The analysis examines the demographic structure of IDP and resident populations and draws on reasons triggering displacement.
DFID, Humanitarian-Development-Peace Initiative (HDPI), Somalia Knowledge for Results Trust Fund of the Multi-Partner Fund, UN-World Bank Partnership Trust Fund, World Bankâ€™s Forced Displacement Trust Fund
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