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Protection


PROTECTION

82Security: Of the 82 site assessed, 27 reported that security is provided on site by the following actors:

Pro1

Who provides the main security in site?

The most common type of security incidents reported was alcohol/drug related in 46% of the sites, while other security incidents were friction/tension within households, friction with host community and theft. 77% of sites stated that no security incidents have been reported.

Pro2

What is the most common type of security incidents reported?

On 78% of sites assessed, people knew who (or where) to report (or seek assistance) when they or their family face any abuse or exploitation in this area.

 84% sites didn't have designated safe/recreational places for children whereas designated safe/social places for women couldn't be found at 89% sites.

 In 73% of the sites assessed, there were no gender segregated latrines.


Pro3

Are there functioning disaggregated toilets in-site for female?

 

 

Services & Infrastructure

16% of sites assessed have designated safe/recreational places for children.

11% sites have designated safe/social places for women

In 66% of the sites assessed, there were either no or inadequate lighting available in communal areas such as around WASH facilities and public spaces.              

Pro4

Is there lighting in the mojority of communal points?

Majority of latrines/bathrooms have no lighting (86%), and 31% had no lock from inside

Pro5

Do toilets have light?

Pro6

Do toilets have locks?

 

 

 

Reporting & Assistance

In Kavrepalanchok, Bhaktapur, Kathmandu, Rasuwa, Dhading, Makwanpur, Ramechhap and Sindhupalchok some knowledge gaps remained among those living in displacement sites on how to report incidents of abuse or exploitation.

Pro7

Do you know who (or where) to report (or seek assistance) when you or your family face any abuse or exploitation?

Of 64 sites that replied ‘Yes’ to the above questions, 24 sites said a person who reported abuse or exploitation had access to support services.

Pro8

If the answer is "Yes" to above question , who do you report to?