The main objective of this IOM project is to provide life-saving emergency shelter, health, as well as protection and camp coordination/camp management services to vulnerable displaced populations affected by violence and insecurity.
With this CERF grant, IOM will mainly provide 3,000 Emergency Shelter materials kits, six IDPs site upgraded care and maintenance, equipment for culturally, age- and gender-sensitive community outreach activities and COVID-19 EPIs.
The project covers Emergency Shelter/NFIs, Protection, Health and CCCM sectors and will last 12 months. It will benefit 15,000 persons in Shelter/NFIs sector, 30,000 people in Protection sector, 15,000 people in Health and 35,000 people in CCCM sector.
||Amount in US$
|Shelter and Non-Food Items
|Camp Coordination and Camp Management