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Shelter & NFIs


71% of displaced households were living in the temporary shelters using corrugated iron roofing sheets (CGIs), unchanged from what was found in Round 7.  On the other hand 26 % of households were living in makeshift/tarpaulin shelters, 2 % in shelter with solid walls and 1% in tents.

Nfi1

What is the most common type of shelter?

In many cases, the lack of upgrade into temporary shelter indicated restrictions placed on the households by land owners rather than signifying lack of resources.

Nfi2

What is the most common type of shelter (by District)?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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What percentage of households on sites have access to safe cooking facilities?

There was no access to safe cooking facilities in 5% of sites. 58% of active sites had more than 75% of the households with access to safe cooking facilities which is a considerable increase from 48% found in DTM Round 7. This was partly due to the end of winter season when households used to cook inside their tents or make shift shelters because of worse cooking conditions outside.

In 9% of the active sites, there was no access to electricity. In 74% of the sites, more than 75% of the households had access to electricity, compared to 60% in Round 7. There was generally more access to electricity for people living in displacement sites when compared to Round 7.

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What percentage of households on sites have access to electricity?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CGI Sheets, cooking gas/fire wood and water filter remained the first, second and third priority needs for NFIs. In 65 sites, 44% people needed CGIS, 42% asked for cooking gas/fire wood whereas 24% were for water filters. It reflects the continuing basic lifesaving and shelter needs that were likely exacerbated by insufficient supply throughout the affected districts specifically during the winter season. Significant need of water filters for people living in displaced sites show risk of water borne diseases during monsoon.

The unchanged number of temporary shelters made with CGIs in displacement sites in this round compared to Round 7 signifies that there was still need of CGIs for better shelter conditions during the monsoon season. The table below shows first, second and third priority needs for NFIs.

Nfi5

What are the top 3 priority NFIs need? (Excluding 'None' category which accounted for 1%, 15% and 58% of 1st ,2nd and 3rd priority need respectively)