Assessment report on IDPs in Lirya Payam

Assessment report on IDPs in Lirya Payam

Subject/Objective: 
To determine how and to what extent the fighting has impacted the affected the population in the boma and the surrounding area
Methodology: 
Different methodologies to collect data were used while bearing in mind the COVID-19 situation
Key findings: 
Estimated number of affected HH is 1001 approximately 6208 persons. The armed men burnt down house and looting of Household items and livestock. Over 70% of Houses were destroyed and properties looted. Affected populations are being helped by local communities in Lirya Town as other coping mechanism and remaining options are environmentally hazardous and fragile i.e. charcoal burning. Assessment also noted gaps in health, WASH, FSL and GBV services in the area assessed. The situation is likely to elevate issues of GBV, child neglect, malnourishment, sex for survival etc.
Assessment Questionnaire: 
Available on Request
Assessment Data: 
Available on Request
Countries: 
South Sudan
Assessment Date(s): 
05 Aug 2020 to 07 Aug 2020
Status: 
Report completed
Population Type(s): 
Displaced population
Cluster(s)/Sector(s): 
South Sudan: Water Sanitation Hygiene
South Sudan: Protection
South Sudan: Nutrition
South Sudan: Health
South Sudan: Food Security and Livelihoods
Leading/Coordinating Organization(s): 
United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA)
Participating Organization(s): 
Action for Recovery and Transformation (South Sudan) (ART)
ONO Aid (South Sudan) (OA)
Other
Location(s): 
Juba
Other location: 
Lirya