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SER - Ghazni - 56 IDPs families’ assessment report (Dec 2017)

Assessment Finding and Recommendation in brief:

On 10 /12/2017 UNOCHA share of conflict induced displacement in Ghazni city based on report from DoRR of Ghazni, indicating that around 390 families have fled their origin places in different insecure districts of Ghazni, Maidan Wardak and Urozgan. Following the request for a joint rapid need assessment of reported IDPs, Joint assessment started with participation of above mentioned organizations on 11/12/2017 and completed on 16/12/2017. Assessment teams identified 56 genuine IDP families out of 390 initially reported families. Remaining families were identified either protracted, economic migrants, split families, fake families or those whose displacement reason were not conflict and force evacuation.

Urgent priority needs of IDP families as reflected in door to door interviews and physical observation of assessment teams are:

 Food.

 NFI (kitchen kit, cooking items, blanket, warm cloths and fuel).

 WASH and Winterization Response

Plan: DRC committed to cover basic needs of the IDPs through provision of MPCA (MultiPurpose Cash Assistance) of AFN 26000 and distribution of NFIs in-kind all 56 families. 

United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Original Publication Date: 
16 Dec 2016
Document type: 
Assessment Report
Field coordination
Coordination hub(s): 
South Eastern Region