Ethiopia: Joint multisectoral rapid needs assessment in southern Tigray 28 DEC 2020 [EN]

Frequency
Other
Leading/Coordinating Organization(s)
United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Participating Organization(s)
Action against Hunger
Catholic Relief Services
Child Protection/Gender Based Violence Sub-Cluster - Ethiopia
Government of Ethiopia - Ministry of Water, Irrigation and Energy
Government of Ethiopia - National Disaster Risk Management Commission
International Organization for Migration
Lutheran World Federation
Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights
United Nations Children's Fund
United Nations Department of Safety & Security
United Nations Population Fund
Water Sanitation Hygiene Cluster - Ethiopia
World Food Programme
World Health Organization
Methodology
Interviews with key informants (KI) using the MIRA questionnaire,  observations and focused group discussions (FGD) with community leaders were used to gather information and assess the situation.
Subject/Objective
To inform rapid humanitarian response, a multi-sector Join Needs Assessment (JNA) was undertaken in Alamata, Mehoni, Mekelle, and Ederta, where the humanitarian situation and rehabilitation needs are reported to be dire. The purpose of the JNA was to better understand the humanitarian and rehabilitation needs and gaps.
Status
Report completed
Location(s)
Enderta
Eastern
South East
Operations
Ethiopia
Clusters
Water Sanitation Hygiene (Ethiopia)
Protection Cluster (Ethiopia)
Nutrition (Ethiopia)
Health (Ethiopia)
Food (Ethiopia)
Education (Ethiopia)
Shelter and NFI (Ethiopia)
Assessment report
Assessment data
Other location
Alamata, Mehoni, Mekelle, and Enderta Zones, Tigray Region