Emergency flood-response through provision of Emergency Shelter in Gedo region (20-RR-IOM-015)
|Recipient UN Agency||IOM|
|Sector||Shelter and Non-Food Items|
|Beneficiary type||Internally displaced persons|
The main objective of this project was to provide emergency shelter in Doolow town to 12,000 internally displaced people (IDPs) who have been affected by flooding. IOM used CERF funds to provide 2,013 displaced families with vouchers, each household received a voucher equivalent to 150 USD, divided into 122 USD restricted to shelter materials, 8 USD unrestricted cash intended as a transport stipend, and a 20 USD unrestricted grant conditional to completion of the shelter. In addition, 140 persons received construction training. Among the 12,050 targeted IDPs, 2,889 are women and 3,038 are girls. IOM also reached 648 persons with disabilities.