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SIDA NGFM 1603 Shelter NFI PDM Report

Subject/Objective: 

The shelter NFI PDM aims to analyze the feedback from beneficiaries of the shelter NFIs distributed in Shuwari Madinatu and Madinatu in December 2016. This is to establish how efficiently the distributions were done, how useful the NFIs were to the beneficiaries and lessons learned.

Methodology: 

The Post Distribution Monitoring (PDM) was designed to sample the views of beneficiaries whose households directly received shelter NFIs. 272 heads of households were selected at random by our M&E and shelter staff. Where the head of house hold was not available, the next person in charge was picked. Data was collected from host communities with high concentration of IDPs dwelling in NRC transitional shelter. The Kobo Toolbox platform was used for data collection.

Key findings: 

- 896 male and 992 female non family members are currently being hosted by the 272 participating HHs.
- On meeting the vulnerability criteria, pregnant and lactating women constituted a huge junk of the vulnerable group residing within the benefitting HHs. All benefitting families were IDPs. Household vulnerability welfare broken into: Chronically ill = 29; Pregnant/lactating = 118; Disabled = 10; Family status = All IDP.
- 77% of the HHs have been displaced for the past 2-3 years, 20% have been displace for one year plus the remaining 3% have been displaced for less than a month.
- 78% of the respondents had no source of income as they had lost their means of livelihood. 11% are involved in some form of petty trading. While 70% of the HHs have no primary source of income before the crisis, 42% where involved in casual labor (agriculture) and 32% involved in petty trade (firewood/vegetable sales, etc.). 21% were involved with the livestock farming. These source of income mentioned require land and financial resources to be able to continue, as result majority can’t afford requirements.
- asked how many item they received during the last distribution, one HH received 26 items which was the highest received by a HH. Majority of the households received at least eight items.
- The respondents all cutting across board agreed they all received the #1,900 transport fare levee, and 99% of the respondents also answered yes to using the items received for intended purpose while the 1 % even though the figure is insignificant said no and the reason was because they loan out their items.
- In addition, it was really surprising that no respondent owned up to selling any item that was given to them.
- 79% of the respondent transported their items using bicycle and tricycles.
- 71% of the respondent said mattress is the most important to item to them, cooking pot also had significant amount of mention.

Assessment Report: 
Publicly Available
Assessment Questionnaire: 
Publicly Available
Assessment Data: 
Publicly Available
Operations(s)/Webspace(s): 
Assessment Date(s): 
15 Mar 2017
Status: 
Report completed
Unit(s) of Measurement: 
Households
Collection Method(s): 
Field Interview
Population Type(s): 
Camp population
IDPs
Cluster(s)/Sector(s): 
Leading/Coordinating Organization(s): 
Norwegian Refugee Council
Location(s): 
Jere
Other location: 
Madinatu and Shuwari IDP camps
Theme(s): 
Conflict
Internally Displaced People (IDPs)
Monitoring and Evaluation
Disaster(s)/Emergency: 
Nigeria: Complex Emergency - 2014-2020