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IRNA Report: Tombek and Muni Assessment in Terekeka

  • To find out whether the report given by RRC and authorities on ground about the present of Jonglei IDPs in northern Terekeka {Tombek}
  • To Identify Humanitarian situation in Tombek and muni, then recommend mitigation measure to minimize the worsening situation to normal
  • Focus Group Discussion
  • key informants’ interview and
  • Observation.
Principales constatations: 
  • Affected people in Tombek are mainly IDPs from Jonglie while Muni community were affected displaced within their own areas. However, most of them have lost their cereal crop and ground nuts and Bor IDPs have lost everything. This exposes them, especially the vulnerable children, elderly, lactating and pregnant women to malnutrition. Exposure to wild weather, rains and mosquitoes, snakes, crocodiles etc. are a real risk of malaria, upper respiratory tract infections, snake venoms and physical injury or death from crocodile attacks.
  • Lack of clean drinking water and poor sanitation exposes the same population to water borne diseases among them diarrhoea, bilharzia, skin infections etc. The reemergence of guinea worm cannot be ruled out.
  • Basic services in both Muni and Tombek may worsened due to floods and increase in population number since access to Terekeka town has been cut off., there is a functional PHCC in Tombek and PHCU in Muni but no functional markets, schools, and clean water sources.
  • General, floods have negatively affected both IDPs and Muni community and disrupting their livelihood. And drastically affecting households and vulnerable households into further poverty
Rapport d'évaluation: 
Questionnaire d'évaluation: 
Available on Request
Données d'évaluation: 
Available on Request
Date(s) de l'évaluation: 
11 sep 2020 - 12 sep 2020
État de l'évaluation: 
Report completed
Type de population: 
Populations Déplacées
Agence(s) chef de file: 
Bureau de la coordination des affaires humanitaires des Nations Unies
Organisation(s) participante(s): 
Action for Development (South Sudan)
Africa Charity and Solidarity Organization (South Sudan)
Norwegian People's Aid
ONO Aid (South Sudan)
Plan International
Autres lieux: 
Tombek, Muni
South Sudan: Floods - Aug 2020