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HEAT assessment for conflict IDPs in Behsud District of Nangarhar province (13 April 2017)


Joint need assessment of IDPs in Behsud and Rodat districts of Nangarhar


Direct Observation

Key findings: 

The families were selected for emergency assistance as 2 families are IDPs and the rest of other are returnees.
The 2 families displaced from Achin district of Nangarhar province due to ISIS (DAESH) harassment. The families told that they did not obey the commandment of ISIS. they were seriously threatened and warned them to be killed so they compelled to leave the area.
The other families were returned from Pakistan due to force eviction. They were forced to leave the country as they were undocumented refugees so compelled to leave the area. They turned back to Afghanistan and settled in Behsood district of Nangarhar province.
Both IDPs and returnees left the areas in emergency situation left all assets and home appliances in the place of origin and still are in need of emergency assistance.

NRC conducted assessment with DoRR in Behsood and Rodat districts of Nangarhar province where we found 6 unassisted families which make a total of 39 individuals; as 6 families and 39 individuals, the average household size for this caseload is 6.50 persons
100% of the beneficiaries has listed food as their first priority, 100% of them listed NFIs as second priority followed by health, hygiene and WASH as their third priority needs.

Base on assessment team’s observations, the families are living in extremely bad condition therefore the team recommended them for emergency assistance.

Assessment Report: 
Assessment Questionnaire: 
Publicly Available
Assessment Data: 
Not Available
Assessment Date(s): 
12 Apr 2017 to 13 Apr 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
Other location: 
Needs Assessment