The main objective of this IOM project is to provide life-saving emergency shelter and basic household items as well as protection and camp coordination and management services to vulnerable displaced people affected by insecurity. With this CERF grant, IOM provides emergency shelter materials, upgrade care and maintenance at four sites for displaced people and deliver two training workshops for camp management. The project benefits 30,000 people (including 7,500 girls, 6,600 women and 3,000 people living with disabilities) for camp management, and 20,000 people for protection (including 5,000 girls and 4,400 women) and shelter and household items.
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|Shelter and Non-Food Items