85% of the assessed HH locations have constructed Tukuls for themselves. unlike in Man Awan camp were temporary worn-out Rakuba’s makeshift sheltering the IDP’S. In Matiel most shelters were torched down during the communal conflicts however few HH’S are trying to reconstruct their shelters back which is about 15% based on the assessed HH’S. 50% own 1 shelter per HH, 30% with 2 shelters, 10% having 3 shelters and corresponding percentage for HH’S with 4 shelters.
Summary of findings:
Targeted markets are accessible, currently serving significant numbers of IDPs and host community
Demand has noticeably increased as IDPs have moved into the area and local businesses have responded with a sharp increase in supply
Businesses are demonstrating capacity to adapt to the changing situations
IDPs/host family are primarily purchasing basic food and household items like kitchen sets, blankets, clothes among others
Prices are higher than other years but expected to remain steady