From October to December 2019, DTM registered 60,798 individuals across four states in Sudan – 43,585 (72%) of which were returnees and 17,213 (28%) internally displaced persons (IDPs). Both Central Darfur and South Kordofan hosted comparatively large registrations of IDPs (8,710 and 8,503 individuals respectively). During the three-month period, North Darfur registered a substantial caseload of returnees in Umm Dukhun (33,123 individuals). This is indicative of a higher proportion of returns and in trend with consistent observations throughout the year. Through its flow monitoring component, DTM also registered 3,382 South Sudanese having entered Sudan via Abyei between October and December 2019. Finally, 10,676 flood-affected individuals were registered in South Darfur, marking the end of the rainy season.