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Ethiopia: Joint multi-Agency Emergency Need Assessment Report of Konso and Alle - DEC 2020 [EN]

Subject/Objective: 

The general objective of the assessment was to analyse and understand the overall situations in IDPs of Konso and Alle and recommend possible interventions and support for the needs of IDPs

Methodology: 

The assessment methodology employed includes ;

  • meeting with zonal and woreda EOC members and get brief description of the overall situation and responses made so far by the government and other partners,
  • key informant interview with sector offices using the MIRA checklist . . .
Key findings: 

The ethnic conflict between Konso zone and surrounding special woredas  Amaro, Ale, Burji, and Derashe left more than 11,116 HHs (66,711) people displaced from 17 kebeles of Konso zone and including 10,069 Gato 01 kebele IDPs. Out of the total affected population, 2,562HHs (14,106) are IDPs located in six collective center/site, 4,044 HHs (23,124) IDPs are disseminated within host communities and 4,463HHs (29,481) IDPs are returned to their original places.

Assessment Questionnaire: 
Not Available
Assessment Data: 
Not Available
Operations(s)/Webspace(s): 
Assessment Date(s): 
15 Dec 2020 to 25 Dec 2020

Level of Representation

Governorate / State / Regional
Frequency: 
Other
Status: 
Report completed
Unit(s) of Measurement: 
Community
Settlements
Households
Individuals
Collection Method(s): 
Key Informant Interview
Focus group discussion
Observation
Field Interview
Other
Population Type(s): 
All affected population
IDPs
Refugees
Returnees
Elderly
Host communities
Men
Other
Women
Leading/Coordinating Organization(s): 
Government of Ethiopia - National Disaster Risk Management Commission
Participating Organization(s): 
International Organization for Migration
International Rescue Committee
People in Need
United Nations Children's Fund
United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
World Food Programme
World Health Organization
Location(s): 
Alle
Konso
Theme(s): 
Multi-Cluster Initial Rapid Assessment
Needs Assessment