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There are 12,061 robust emergency temporary shelters in the PoC which were constructed. There is an average of 10 people sleeping in each shelter and 1.6 HH per structure. The types of shelters are simple wooden pole structure with bamboo infill. Mud and elephant grass walls are used as walling on some shelters but the predominant material for roof and wall is plastic sheet. There is elephant grass available locally which is traditionally harvested by females. However, almost all the IDPs are fearful to leave the security of the PoC.

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Summary

The first prioritized item among the recommended items is Solar Lamp.80% of the beneficiaries demanded solar lamps because of high incident rates of snakebites at night and more especial during rainy season. Therefore, the persons of concern will use the solar lamps as lighting devices to aid their visual capacity in the darkness in order to prevent the bites. Further again, there is no functional market in location where, the Beneficiaries would buy lighting devices as part of their copying mechanism

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Situation Overview

During the assessments in Rumbek North of Lake State below were the findings:

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Bentiu PoC, Rubkona

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An IRNA was not carried out however these are households residing in POC1, who made a complaint to HI/ACTED (protection partner and camp management) via the CRM desk, regarding shelter assistance needed. Their complaints were then referred to Concern worldwide.

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Summary of Shelter/NFI Situation

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ANALYSIS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

Justify the recommendation by pulling facts from different sections of this report (e.g. these IDPs need in-kind now because: there are no markets, no clinics, long foot travel is dangerous, they have been stuck for over a year, the people live next to a swamp, and the area is inaccessible during rainy season; cash project should start after food distribution because people’s highest priority is food and they have no livelihoods

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Rumbek North is a county inhabited by Pakam Dinka, it has many payams and villages surrounding the county headquarters. Each payam is inhabit by some sections of clan. During the recent gubernational order of increasing the states in South Sudan, Rumbek North was divided into three counties’. Aloor, Meen and Malueth. Aloor which is devastated by conflict is inhabited by Gaak section. The Gaak are bordering Luacjang of Tonj East and South. These two communities keep cattle and they also cultivate crops as source of living.

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Maiwut is one of the nine Counties in Upper Nile State which was affected by the conflict between the rival forces of SPLA I-G and the SPLA –IO which occurred in July, 2017 in Pagak and within Maiwut. This led to the massive displacements of the civilian’s population in the whole county. Such displacements resulted into some civilian population moving to areas where they felt safe like Jekow and some IDPs had to cross the Ethiopia boarders where they were received by UNHCR and got settled as refugees in Tharpam Refugees Camps in Gambella, Ethiopia.

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