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HEAT assessment for conflict IDPs in Jalalabad City of Nangarhar province (11 June 2017)

Subject/Objective: 

Assessment of Conflict Induced IDPs families

Methodology: 

Direct Observation

Key findings: 

The Returnee and IDP families are living together with their relatives, rented houses, host communities,
Tent and in open area with insufficient space for life. During assessment the joint team couldn’t find a
family to have available food stocks in the IDP and Returnee's houses. Also most of the IDP families could
not have chance to bring their necessary household items with themselves due to unintended
displacement and fear of ISIS (DAESH). Some Returnee and IDP families are not able to purchase the food
non‐food items from the local market because of economic problems. And most families are living bad
condition.
It is necessary to mention that the IDP families were displaced in a quite urgency that they could not have
enough materials of household items.

Assessment Questionnaire: 
Publicly Available
Assessment Data: 
Not Available
Operations(s)/Webspace(s): 
Assessment Date(s): 
02 May 2017 to 11 Jun 2017
Status: 
Report completed
Unit(s) of Measurement: 
Households
Collection Method(s): 
Observation
Population Type(s): 
IDPs
Cluster(s)/Sector(s): 
Leading/Coordinating Organization(s): 
Save The Children
Participating Organization(s): 
Afghan Planning Agency
International Rescue Committee
World Food Programme
Location(s): 
Jalalabad
Other location: 
Rodat, Surkhrod, Behsud, Kuz Kunar
Theme(s): 
Needs Assessment