Summary of Distribution
The distribution was held at the UNIDOR compound based on a decision made in consultation with UNIDOR and local authorities (Adok Executive Director, community leaders, and ROSS). The Medair NFI team also proposed the UNIDOR compound as the best place for both storage and distribution of the NFI items due to its available space and accessible location. The beneficiaries were informed prior to the distribution through the local authorities and community mobilisers who used megaphones to disseminate the information on distribution items (quantity and type), dates, venue, and time.
The distribution was held in Geria County, Eastern Equatoria State in the Hatire Payam at primary school where the IDPs are currently settled. The distribution was based on the earlier inter-agency rapid needs assessment carried out by the partners involved during the initial exercises the agencies included: AVSI, Care International, Health Link, WHO, NCA and Plan International each were tasked according to their various cluster responsibility. The distribution was organized at Hatire primary school just where the beneficiaries are settled.
Pre-distribution meeting was held with Local Authority and the agencies involved on the ground especially Nile Hope. Distribution centre was selected to be in Kuernyang centre considering the easily access of the area by the beneficiaries and it is the only location with water point that beneficiaries will drink during the distribution.
The planned Mosquito Net distribution in PoC1 of the UN House PoC sites, was organised in collaboration with Camp Management and CMC. The distribution took place at the GFD distribution site in PoC1 in order to ensure equal access of IDPs and to ensure the distribution would take place in a controlled environment. Beneficiaries were informed in advance about the distribution.
The CFMs distributions took place at the humanitarian distribution Centre (Point) inside PoC where all humanitarians normally delivery supports to the protracted IDPs in the Camp since the outbreak of the crisis in December 2013. INTERSOS who is the PoC site Agency spearheaded the organization of the distribution with a strong support from CCCM staff.
The area remained isolated for months (up to September), since eruption of violence in Northern Jonglei early this year.