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They source shelter materials from the bush. Cutting grass and poles. Most structures are tukuls made of locally sourced materials, ☒ Grass                   ☒ Trees      

 

The host’s general condition?

☒ Emergency level of need              

☒ Strained resources / cannot share        

 

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The population has no access to a market and no way of supporting themselves. 67% of respondents use what little clothing they have for a blanket. Only 1% of people has access to a mosquito net, 91% of people use smoke, and 8% do nothing to repel mosquitoes. 68% of the population borrow cooking sets to cook food for their family, and only 1% report having their own saucepan. 98% use a calabash to serve food.

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General summary of market assessment:
The Market in Mankien centre is utmost the largest in Greater Mayom, however, the supplies here are mainly clothing and basic commodities There are no food items, NFIs and no shelter materials seen in this
market by the time of assessment. People in these areas dwell on very small scale subsistence farming (mainly planting maize yellow corns and Sorghum) which is not sustainable and some families have herds of livestock such as cows, goat

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Observations and Findings

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Blanket: during household interviews the mobile team mobile observed that most of the flood affected IDPs are lacking blanket and from the household interviewed only 20% of the whole affected population are using blanket to cover themselves from coldness. In order to prevent the IDPs from further exposure to coldness Therefore, the team recommends distribution of blankets to the affected population.

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There is no functional market in the payam. The whole community is total cut off from accessing functional market by the flooding. However, some few households reported trading tea where they used the money for purchasing food items from neighbouring areas like Walgak payam.

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