Internal displacement in the Northern Triangle of Central America (NTCA) is a serious and growing issue. However, the complex drivers and triggers of displacement in the region, many of which overlap or are interlinked, make it difficult to capture reliable data with which to fully gauge its magnitude.
This report presents the current situation in terms of data on internal displacement in the NTCA. Drawing on research and other reports on the topic it highlights the persistent data gaps in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras, and identifies the data needed to capture and understand the phenomenon and inform policy and programming responses.
Download the report in Spanish (PDF, 0.6MB)