The affected population in surrounding Bomas of Verteth had moved to the higher land in Verteth centre and are staying with their relatives and in public facilities at the moment, during the focus group with women, they expressed lack of privacy as they are crowding together with men.
Shelter types: Tukuls (27%)
Average of individuals sharing shelter: 7-9 individuals.
The main source of food in greater Nasir especially in Wanding is fishing since the communities live along the river, with the floods this has made their life difficult as they cannot fish anymore. According to the interviews conducted 42% of respondents said wild fruits and cooking leaves while 19% rely on relatives and the other 39% donation from church and well-wishers. On cooking materials, some of the displaced managed to salvage their cooking materials thus they share them in their new settlements since they understood the dire situation.
The main source of food in greater Nasir is fishing since the communities live along the river, with the floods this has made their life difficult as they cannot fish anymore. According to the interviews conducted 60% of respondents said wild fruits and cooking leaves while 20% rely on relatives and the other 20% donation from church and well-wishers. On cooking materials, some of the displaced managed to salvage their cooking materials thus they share them in their new settlements since they understood the dire situation.
The community use local materials (firewood) to light and keep away mosquito, but most areas of the firewood are full of flooding. High rate of sharing of Cooking sets as a coping strategy.
Shelter types (with %s): 90% sleeping in an open space in Makak, 98% sleeping in Open space in Dual Dong and Butkeng and 2% sleeping in Temporarily shelter in all locations.
Average # sharing shelter: 75% sharing cooking and shelter needs for accommodation.
The location is currently in a season where the nights are very cold. Most of them have nothing completely to cover themselves with.
As a result of the floods, the stagnant waters provide conducive environment for the mosquito breeding, leading to restless nights due to the mosquito bites and resultant malaria fever.
Most of the shelters have no roof and sides submerged into the floods, leading to the beneficiaries being posed to harsh weather conditions of direct hot sun heat and serious coldness during the nights
The need for Shelter/NFI is huge but because of the conditions and the type of the settlement of the IDPs and the host community, the partners have recommended that only life-saving NFIs like mosquito nets and sleeping mats be given .
Pultruk Needs Analysis report 31 Jan 2020 _ PAH_TADO and RAO - Reviewed by Beneth_
71% of the flood affected population in Pultruk moves from severely affected plots to high land where the level of land raised, 12% obtained wall materials from the nearest market, however 6% shared shelter materials from closed neighbours and relatives and 2% of the flood affected population have no access to any shelter materials.
The community support themselves by sharing the available food with the host community, fishing, and collection of Wild fruits and use of local materials for constructing temporary shelter.
According to household interviews 37.45 % of the people support themselves from collection of wild fruits, 27.66 % from sharing with community members, 27.23 % egaged in small business in Panyagoor and 11.06 % depend on humanitarian aid and 10.21% of the population depend on farming but with the current flooding all their crops are washed away by water.