Priority 1 320,000 poor
Households within this classification reside directly in the path of cyclone Mora where wind speed>120 km/hr was recorded, Their resilience are assumed to be mostly affected and vulnerable based on high poverty prevalence, poor housing quality.
Also, field validations have supported the assumed severity of these areas, given the substantial overall impact on shelters and livelihood.
Among the 1.9 million people (356,000 households), 320,000 (64,000 households) were identified as poor. Six Rohingya camps fall into this category with a total vulnerable population depending on humanitarian assistance of ~148,100 (~29,600 households)
Priority 2 220,000 poor
Households within this classification reside also within the most geographically impacted area. Identified Unions in this classification have comparatively better housing conditions and a lower poverty prevalence and hence are assumed to more resilient. Among the 2.8 million people (267,000 households), 220,000 (44,000 households) were identified as poor.