HDC Mahad May Needs Analysis Report

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  • 7% of the IDPs are engaged in small scale business of selling charcoal, bread, juice, etc, in the market as way of supporting their families.
  • Some support themselves by borrowing from relatives and friends who are staying outside the camp.
  • They share food ratio and shelter with those whose shelters were blown off by winds and heavy rains.

Most of the IDPs rely on humanitarian assistance for shelter and non-food items needs. Few IDPs sell food ratio to acquire shelter materials.

No shelter material is available for collection near the IDPs camp.            

More/less normal for South Sudan 674

184 HH are without form of Shelter

5-8 individual in one shelter.