Needs assessment Report Lobonok
There is an almost equal level of need among the host community, since everything from shelters to NFIs is shared. Priority items: - Kitchen set (half a kit recommended) - Jerry can - Sleeping mat - Mosquito net, blanket - bucket - plastic sheet – Soap, filter clothes, water treatment tablets and hygiene kits.
The PHCC at pager has dilapidated infrastructure, with broken window glasses, floors also worn out and there is no security lights and no fence around the facility.
Most schools especially at Bomas levels are poorly constructed and lack enough learning space, no fence, school benches and learning and writing materials.
Teachers are part of the population that have been displaced and many could not currently play their roles in the school in addition to irregular payment or lack of pay at all.
The latrines especially for Yapa boys and teachers are in apathetic state as both pupils and teachers share the same facility.
Most boreholes are non-functional with the few functional ones, contaminated.
The solar panels for the Water yard at the school have been vandalized making it non-functional.
Rampant GBV cases have been reported and this has caused serious psychological trauma to the GBV survivors especially women and girls.
Insecurity between farmers and the cattle-keepers has made many households living in areas like Sindriru and Morsak to flee for safety to Lobonok town while others ran to Juba for protection