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HEAT assessment for conflict IDPs in Jalalabad & Behsud District of Nangarhar province (21 May 2017)”


Joint need assessment of IDPs in Jalalabad & Behsud district of Nangarhar


Direct Observation

Key findings: 

started to leave the area, and settle themselves in secure areas, The battle between ISIS and Taliban affected many villages at Chaparhar as ISIS attacked on Taliban’s check posts and forced people to leave the area so the civilians were affected much as their villages become the battlefield and they had nothing to prevent, later on they decided to move forward and let their children stay in a peaceful environment, the situation was getting worse day by day and we couldn’t able to live there anymore, so we just moved to save the life and left everything , the home appliances, assets, food stock and all at village, a representative of affected HHs’ said.
As this case was already reported, our assessment is going on, in this round NRC emergency team identified 49HHs’ of 325 individuals eligible for emergency response, the average household size is 6.63 members.

Based on the team’s findings after the assessment, the affected families are living in poor conditions and recommended for emergency response.

Assessment Report: 
Assessment Data: 
Not Available
Assessment Date(s): 
10 May 2017 to 21 May 2017
Report completed
Unit(s) of Measurement: 
Collection Method(s): 
Population Type(s): 
Leading/Coordinating Organization(s): 
Norwegian Refugee Council
Participating Organization(s): 
Government of Afghanistan - Ministry of Refugees and Repatriation
Needs Assessment