Monthly Camp Report - Shelter Cluster

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Monthly Camp Report: Sin Tet Maw camp

Reporting Period: December 2015

The report presents an overview of the situation in the camp, including basic demographic data, infrastructures and access to services as of December 2015. Information has been compiled based on various data sources, monitoring exercise and formal/informal interview with camp residents. Additional information on camp information can be made available upon request to: Veronica Costarelli [email protected]

Monthly Highlights

 DRC have taken over CCCM roles and responsibilities in Sin Tet Maw since midOctober 2015. They will implement basic CCCM functions for the remainder of 2015.  Save the Children Child Protection team held a Child Risk Drama Show in November.  DRC CCCM plans to establish a Camp Women’s Association (CWA) in STM within the next two months. The CMC has given their support for this initiative.

Demographic Shelter and Population Snapshot* Individual Occupied Shelter Shelter units 94/752

*All data as of November 2014 unless otherwise mentioned Source: CFA Household Assessment

752

Total # of Household /individual 534HH1/ 2668 Individual*

Total Male Population/%

Total Female Population/%

1326*/50%*

1342*/50%*

**According to 2015 HH Survey

**According to 2015 HH Survey

**According to 2015 HH Survey

Age and Gender breakdown2 < 5 Yrs 6 to 11 Yrs 12 to 17 Yrs M F M F M F 231

196

218

204

Persons with Specific Needs** CR SC UC 1

3

2

199

179

18-25 Yrs M F

26 to 59 Yrs M F

> 59 Yrs M F

216

422

40

248

2

average HH size is 5 persons.

This data is form November 2014 HH survey data.

61

SP

WR

ER

DS

SM

1

8

17

10

37

Mortality Rate (current) NOT AVAILABLE FOR DECEMBER

1Assuming

454

Birth M 0

Camp Level Update Camp Management Support

F 0

-

-

-

During the monthly joint CCCM/CMC meeting, the CMC members raised the issue of fuel shortages in the camp. They mentioned that ICRC had plans to distribute fuel in the coming weeks and until then IDPs were mostly burning garbage or plant matter for cooking fuel. Also during this meeting, the CMC mentioned that the clinic runs regularly on Tuesdays, but that Thursdays are not as regular.

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Camp Sectoral Update Shelter ICRC

Non Items ICRC

Death > 5 Yrs M F 0 0

DRC-CCCM organized the camp coordination meeting with CMC members, community members, and service providers on 17 Nov 2015. The CMC and DRC CCCM held a joint monthly meeting to discuss camp issues on 12 Nov 2015. The DRC CCCM team conducted focus group discussions (FGDs) with adult/elderly men, adult/elderly women, youth boys, and youth girls during the month of November. DRC is currently in the hiring process for one CCCM Field Office Assistant and 5 CCCM Incentive Workers in the camp. The CMC reported that an estimated 20 solar lights in the camps were damaged and in need of repair. The CMC reported that one of the main drains in the camp does not allow the water to flow properly because the contractor never finished their construction project.

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Other updates

Death < 5 Yrs M F 0 0

Planned activities

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Nothing to report.

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Nothing to report.

Food -

Nothing to report.

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WASH Save the Children

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Health (MOH)