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Protection


PROTECTION

On-site Security: Of the 65 active sites, 43 reported that security was provided on site by the following actors:

Prot1

Who provides the main security in site?

At 15% of sites, incidents were being reported. The most common type of security incidents reported were alcohol/drug-related disturbance, theft and friction with host community.

 On 71% of sites, people knew who (or where) to report (or seek assistance) when they or their family face any abuse or exploitation in this area.

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

Prot2

Were there funtioning disaggregated toilets on-site for female?

 

Majority (81%) of latrines/bathrooms didn’t have proper lighting, while 23% of sites had no lock from inside.

Prot3

Do toilets have light?

Prot4

Do toilets have locks?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Services & Infrastructure

78% of sites assessed didn’t have designated safe/recreational places for children.

94% sites didn’t have designated safe/social places for women.

In 68% of the sites assessed, there were either no or inadequate lighting available in communal areas such as around WASH facilities and public spaces.              

Prot5

Is there lighting in the mojority of communal points? (WASH facilities, public spaces, etc)

In Bhaktapur, Gorkha, Kavrepalanchok, Kathmandu and Lalitpur, some knowledge gaps remained among those living in displacement sites on how to report incidents of abuse or exploitation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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.

Prot6

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

46 of 65 sites assessed replied ‘Yes’ to the above questions. 17 sites said a person who reported abuse or exploitation had access to support services.

Prot7

Would a person who reports abuse or exploitation have access to support services?