SNFI Analyasis Report-Panyijar County

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The community currently settled in their affected tukuls damaged by the flood, and others are in community structures built for some purposes and are now

occupied by the people who were displaced and their land remained completely in water.

The community briefed the team on how they coping up though;

  • Collecting wild fruits and water lilies
  • Collecting and selling firewood in the urban center in Ganyiel
  • Doing causal work, porter with Food distribution team.

Shelter types (with %s): 33% of the respondents stay in damaged tukuls and 30% in temporary shelters affected by the floods, 30% of the affected population settled in community structures and 7% of the population are settled in an open space.

Average # sharing shelter: 8 to 12 people are sharing shelter.

Mosquito nets.

Mosquito nets is a high priority because of the unfavourable conditions where families lost properties and exposed to sleep without mosquito nets this exposes them to mosquito bites increasing cases of malaria infections among Children and elderly persons.

Sleeping Mats;

This item would improve the conditions of households which are very appalling currently because they have lost lot of their properties to the floods, this includes materials that were used to sleep on, for example, animal hides, sacks and locally made mattresses

Blanket;

Blankets will be used for covering at night, mostly by children and elderly who can susceptible to diseases like cough, pneumonia and so soon. This is important because most households have lost this essential items to the floods.

Cite: coping mechanisms, health issues, weather-related information, life-threatening risks, market/nature availability, protection risks, preference of beneficiaries, and observations.

These recommended items has got no implication when distributed to the affected population and community have not received this assistance, and its 100% these items will be of great help to the community affected to elevated their suffering.

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