An IRNA was completed by OCHA, WHO, Nile Hope, and Reach Africa Organisation in November 2019 raising urgent ES/NFI needs for vulnerable households severely impacted by the floods. Medair, in partnership with Reach Africa Organisation (RAO), conducted a flood response distribution in Pathai payam on 9 and 11 December 2019, providing life-saving assistance to 973 households identified as the most severely affected by the floods.
Distribution points and location.
The SNFI response was made following the assessment conducted by DRC multi sector protection centered assessment. DRC with the support from the SNFI was able to secure SNFI from the Core Pipeline and manaer to distribute SNFIs to 1,000 households. The distribution was held in nine locations in the four (4) counties of Yirol East. In Adior county distribution was conducted in Billing, Adior Center, Panhom Malong, and Manguen. In Malek county the distribution was held in Tot payam and Malek center.
As a result of the mass flooding in Barmach payam which displaced thousands of homes in the four different bomas of Barmach payam Akobo west, DRC S/NFI team have conducted a need assessment in the four bomas (4) of Barmach payam jonglei state. In response to the need analysis DRC mobile response team were deployed to conduct a verification and response for the flood affected communities.
Prior to the rapid need assessment that was conducted by ADA and HDC team from the 26th day of November 2019 to 2nd day of December 2019, ADA sent back her roving team to Kongor Payam of Twic East and met with the HDC and ADA static team in the ground. The team first sat down and briefed themselves on the response planned, and after briefing the team went to RRC and the local authority, then we consulted them on response plan and how best the registration process can be carried out. The team met with the acting commissioner of Kongor and the Twic East RRC coordinator.
Plan International did the distribution with help from Medair ERT for both S/NFI and WASH items. It was done in Jonglei state, Pibor county in Lekuangole payam, the payam have 23 bomas but we targeted the most vulnerable people in the twelve bomas and villages of Aburkuk, Kozkozen, Garwen, Mathar, Hai salam, Hai Church, Maderesa, Marithokor, Ngangchor, Ardip, Bolen and Mangathen.
The distribution was held in four different locations namely: kaka, Akurwa,Abour and Muor of manyo County, based on the results of conducted assessment earlier. A list for the manifest is used to call beneficiaries to come and receive their NFIs. The vulnerable people are considered first, the rest had to make a queue. This only applied to people with wrist bands as identification of those pre-selected to benefit. It was organized by SSUDA with support of community leaders, authorities and enumerators on the ground.
The strategic area for NFIs distribution was Malual and Gueng of longochuk County with Bamboo fence for security purpose and proper control of the distribution. The organization was done in consultation with Acting Commissioner, we planned in a systematic way that 10 beneficiaries be called and brought to the Desk for thumbprint, and coupon is issued. After this stage he/she goes on queue then the distributor takes the coupon/token to know the family size and is given the NFIs accordingly in his/her presence as verification.
The distribution was held in three different locations namely: Pagak, Duud,Dakjur, Wekjur, Dakjur, Akoka center, benythiang, Tamchuk, Akotweng & Loyier of Adong, Abwong and Baliet center of Baliet county, based on the results of conducted analysis earlier. A list of the manifest and tokens was used to call beneficiaries to come and receive their NFIs. Special consideration was given to the elderly, pregnant woman and other forms of vulnerability. the rest had to make a queue.
The distribution was held in Malual Aleu Primary school located Along the southern part of Abyei in response to the Inter Agencies rapid Flood Assessment conducted in October.