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 targeted population of 964 households which 80% of its members were Floods affected IDPs from the neighbouringBomas of Twic East county such as Matjak ,Lual-Ajokbil , Pongborong, Pator, Wutkoro, Aliet, Baping, Kuachthor, Bomas between the year 2014 and 2018 and in some surrounding counties of Jonglei state.
The distribution was done in Lakes state in Cueibet county, in three payams of Ngap, Abiriu and Malou with the number of seven (7) bomas. This distribution was based on the needs assessment, verification and registration carried out by Plan International. The registration and verification was done on house-house basis in close coordination with community leaders and members targeting vulnerable women, men, girls and boys. The distribution was done from 24th to 25th February 2020.
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.
On 15th of Feb’2020 finally DRC able to transport NFIs from Malakal river port to Renk and from Renk to Kitgwang by road. At the same time DRC sent a 6 member (combination of Protection, CCCM and Shelter/NFI staff from DRC) team to Kitgwang to complet the distribution. The distribution was organized in the Kitgwang primary school play ground. Local authorities supported a lot for the organizing, dissimanating information, verification, crowd control and distribution.
The distribution of loose S/NFIs was held in Verteth centre by PAH, CHAS, community volunteers and the local Authority of Verteth Payam
Substantial mobilization was done before the distribution exercise with the help of the hired community mobilizers and the chiefs to convey the message of the distribution to the beneficiaries. Pre-distribution meeting was held with the Boma and village chiefs and the ERT team to choose the distribution site and their days jointly and to communicate the measures of the distribution exercises.
The distribution was conducted in Yomding center where the flood affected community are residing. The distribution site was suggested and agreed on by local authority and community leaders with guidance from ACTED. Distribution sites were located in close proximity to beneficieries in order to facilitate easy access.. The beneficiaries were informed prior to the distribution through the local authorities and community mobilisers who used megaphones to disseminate the information on distribution, beneficiary entitlement, dates, venue, and time for the distribution.
The distribution was conducted in four locations in greater Ulang, Yomding, Doma, Kewer and Ulang. The beneficiary’s representative and the team choose those places because it was accessible by majority of beneficiaries who live in concentration around and near the airstrip and in three locations near river bank.
Beneficiaries coming from the farthest bomas where walking for short distance, but it was not possible to create mobile distribution sites.
The distribution was conducted in Tali Centre covering beneficiaries from seven (7) bomas, Jobur, Dari, Mokido South, Mokido North, Pagara, and Jaming & Bari.
The distribution team applied systematic methodologies in the planning phase of the NFIs distribution, first local authorities were consulted on the favourable distribution date, venue and time, which was mutually agreed and later community mobilizers were authorized to inform beneficiaries about the distribution.
Distribution points and location.
Fire broke out on 10th January at 11:20PM, consuming 16 shelters, 12 others partially burned in Sector 4, Block 12 and .The cause, source of the fire is not known, and fire was said to start from the roof. The entire community from the block fought the wild fire with technical skill they had gained from IOM CCCM training. They used blanket soaked in water and through them into the burning fire. This was very much help to control the fire from escalating