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IRNA Report: Mundri East

Humanitarian partners travelled from 12 – 16 April and launched a response and Inter-agency Rapid Needs Assessment (IRNA) mission in Lakamadi, Lozoh and Kediba in Mundri East County.
Résultats Principaux: 
Mundri East has experienced insecurity since May 2015. Lozoh has seen differing levels of insecurity over the past 10 months, but renewed fighting in mid-February saw destruction and looting of personal property and the health facility. It was reported by the community that up to 10 miles around Lozoh was burnt, including all crops, thousands of people remained displaced and in need of humanitarian assistance. Lakamadi and Kediba were key areas where many people from Mundri East county displaced to during the previous 10 months. Communities highlighted the following priority needs: food and agricultural inputs (seeds and tools); healthcare, education and shelter.
Rapport d’évaluation : 
Publicly Available
Questionnaire d'évaluation: 
Not Available
Données d'évaluation: 
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12 avr 2016 - 16 avr 2016

Level of Representation

District / Province / Locality / County
Report completed
Méthode de collecte: 
Key Informant Interview
Focus group discussion
Type de population: 
Toutes les populations affectées
Agence chef de file: 
Bureau de la coordination des affaires humanitaires des Nations Unies
Organisations participantes: 
Organisation internationale pour les migrations
Programme Alimentaire Mondial
Advocates Coalition for Rights and Development
Food for the Hungry
Mundri East
Coordination Inter-Clusters