KEY FACTS AND FIGURES
The following are the findings from collective centers assessed during the first round of DTM assessments conducted from 11-15 October 2017.
63 collective centers house Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Dominica
These 63 centres house 361 households (1,862 individuals) 53% of the displaced population reside in schools.
A reported 32% of the IDPs residing in collective centers present a vulnerability.
All IDPs indicated the destruction/severe damage of their house as the main reason for remaining in shelters.
Key informants in all centers have indicated that shelter materials such as wood, metal sheeting, tools are needed to repair damaged homes.
Access to sectoral services (e.g. WASH, CCCM, Education, Health, Shelter/NFI, Food, Protection and Livelihood) varies between collective centers.