Monthly Highlights - Shelter Cluster

Highlights. ➢ DRC have taken over CCCM roles and responsibilities in Sin Tet Maw since mid-October 2015. ... Regular home visits to all HHs and infrastructure.
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Monthly Camp Report: Kyein Ni PyinCamp

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 mid-October 2015. They will implement basic CCCM functions for the remainder of 2015. A contract for road and small bridge construction near an SCI school in the camp was finished.

Shelter and Population

Demographic Snapshot*

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

CFA

Individual Shelter

Occupied Shelter units

121 LHs/968SUs (2 LHs damage in July cyclone effect, 2 LH completely damage) (10 LHs burned in January fire, 1 LH completely damaged)

896 units 83 makeshift shelter 1 converted kitchen unit (8 families)

Total # of Household /individual 1012 HHs1/ 5060* individuals

Total Male Population/%

Total Female Population/%

2471/49%*

2589/51%*

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**According to 2015 HH Survey

**According to 2015 HH Survey

Assuming average HH size is 5 persons.

**According to 2015 HH Survey

Age and Gender breakdown1 (Accurate as of 2015 HH Survey) < 5 Yrs 6 to 11 Yrs 12 to 17 Yrs 18-25 Yrs 26 to 59 Yrs M F M F M F M F M F 612 589 456 523 355 297 345 482 599 602 Persons with Specific Needs** (Accurate as of 2015 HH Survey) CR SC UC SP WR ER 23 4 2 38 36 21

DS 33

> 59 Yrs M F 104 96 SM 83

Mortality Count(current) NOT AVAILABLE FOR DECEMBER

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This data is form April 2015 HH survey data.

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Birth M

F

Death < 5 Yrs M F

Death > 5 Yrs M F

Camp Level Update -

Camp Management Support -

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Other updates

DRC CCCM organized the camp coordination meeting with CMC members, community members, and service providers on 16 Nov 2015. The CMC and DRC CCCM held a joint monthly meeting to discuss camp issues on 11 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.

Nothing to report.

Planned activities

Camp Sectoral Update Shelter Government

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Nothing was reported.

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Nothing was reported.

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Minor latrine renovations to cyclone-damaged latrines are underway. Regular home visits to all HHs and infrastructure monitoring are on-going Latrine de-sludging is taking place 3 days per week Camp cleaning campaigns conducted regularly Hygiene promotion activities conducted in TLSs

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Updates were not provided.

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MUAC measuring was conducted for children under five and counseling was provided to families; Peer mother and peer child group discussions were held; The OTP is regularly running five days per week and provides RUTF, treatment, home visits, and

Non Food Items

WASH DRC

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Health (MOH)

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Food/Nutrition Save the Children

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Nothing to report.

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Nothing to report.

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