The distributions took place in WanguleiCentre, in NyuakPayam of Twic East– Jonglei. This distribution came as a result of need analysis carried out by two NFIs partner, CIDO&Tearfundbetween 27- 29 November 2019 with effective participation of CIDO team.
The distribution was done from 24th to 25th February 2020. Before the distribution date, the registered beneficiaries were informed through Relief and Rehabilitation Commission and information was further passed to the Payam administrators for wider circulation. During the distribution, community leaders were involved to monitor the process and local community members were hired to support the team in the distribution.
The distribution for beneficiaries registered in Nordeng took place in Kuetrengke and for those registered in Ketbek took place in Nyatot. These locations were identified in consultation with the beneficiaries, chiefs and the local authorities because of its proximity to all the registered beneficiaries however the original plan to hold the distribution in the locations where the beneficiaries registered failed due to the water levels receding and the Logistics Cluster boat could not access.
The distribution targeted the most vulnerable amongst the flood affected in the area and was based on the needs assessment carried out on 13 and 14 December 2019 by WFP representing FSL, PLAN International representing ES/NFI, JAM for Nutrition, and CMC representing Health and WASH. The intervention was conducted in two phases by Plan International and Medair. The first phase took place on 23 December 2019 and covered 500 households. The second distribution took place between 5 and 10 February 2020 and covered 2,600 households.
Following the need analysis and registration conducted by IOM mobile response team, NCA and Plan international on 19th to 22 oct 2019 in Gumuruk town and the surrounding Payams, the recommendation by cluster was immediate response to the flood affected population.
The distribution was jointly organized by Concern NFI/Shelter and WASH cluster team, the distribution was planned specifically for the population directly affected by the fire. Rapid response/distribution was plan at the precise location where the event occurred. The affected population was present at the site of the event (their allocated shelters). The number of IDPs/beneficiaries were organized and registered as per their shelter order. The accessibility of male and female was ensured during the distribution process.
The Distribution was conducted in Pieri of Uror County of Jongolei State, where Plastic Sheet, blankets, Mosquito net, rubber rope were distributed to the flood affected population, whose S-NFI need was assessed and verified.
In late July and early August 2019, LCED conducted a Shelter and NFI needs Assessment in Yei County among the internally displaced Persons and returnees that were residing in Yei town in the different Camps as per the call from the local authorities and SNFI cluster focal point Central Equatoria State. The needs analysis revealed that there were high needs among this population including of S/NFIs that included proper shelter, kitchen sets, sleeping mats, clothes, blankets, mosquito nets among others.