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The flooding hit almost all parts of greater Mayom which is now divided into four counties of Bul West, East, South and Bul North. The assessment was done in two counties of Bul West and Bul South. According to the local authority, flood had hit most parts of Bul West and the villages affected are ToohLoka boma, Nyebitek, Zorkan payam, Nordan, Gol, Lare, Tongtuol, Koachkoack to mention but a few. The affected people some have moved away to unknown villages towards Bul North around Taam.

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The population is made up of returnees 70%, IDPs 12% and host community 18%. Majority of the population in the area are returnees from refugee camps in Uganda and they are planning to stay in the area.
The IDPs came from the areas around Kajo-Keji due to insecurity and a lack of livelihood and humanitarian assistance during the crisis.

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During Key Informant Interviews (KII) one child injured meanwhile other was die on spot after UXOs burse in Pibor Boma last month. The children were playing nearby their tukul an such accident occur surprisingly. Also, robberies, two water tank solar panels were looted last month in Mankien resulted no enough water in the area. There are only three hand pumps working at moment in the town which are not enough due to increase of population. Some community are end up collecting water from flood water which isn’t treated.

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General summary of market assessment:

It is reported that the market for Duk Padiet is very busy even at this point. Buyers and sellers come as far as Ayod and Uror to buy things like sugar which is transported in jerry cans over water.

Many of these people who come from northern Jonglei tend to buy in bulk food and non-food items.

Women including those affected do plant vegetables which they take to the market to sell.

Traders replenish their stock through commercial flights.

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Lafon County is occupied by Pari ethnic group with an estimated population of 63,285. It is situated on the north east part of Torit sate, formerly known as eastern equatorial. It borders Pibor state on the

Northeast, Jonglei state on the north and Jubek state on the west. Geographically Lafon County Comprises of Six Payams namely: Burgilo, Marguna, kurumi, Lipul, Upuo and Pacidi. The major economic activities in the area are farming, cattle keeping and fishing.

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General summary of market assessment:

Buying and selling activity in the market has reduced due to inaccessibility of roads to the market. Water has block many people from accessing the market and supply of goods form Juba, Bor and other parts are also cut off.

The main way to support the family is through farming and Humanitarian Aid. Since this flood happened it became difficult for community to go by their daily agricultural activities.

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These need to be verified, Only IDP’S in Amonypiny and malakia who are from Unity state, Mayendit and panyijar indicated going back depending on the stability of the peace agreement and flood in their area of origin. But the rest of the people are in their own communities while others who could not go back are integrated into the host communities.

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The flood affected HHs of villages in Alal county are host community members and have moved to highland due to flood however they plan to return to their villages when situation normalise. But again, many are considering being settled in another high-level location so that they don’t get displaced every year, and request support.

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