• Difficult access to health facilities and the presence of malaria, AWD, acute respiratory diseases and malnutrition makes health needs a priority.
• Shelter is a priority. Those not having access to adequate temporary shelter are more exposed to poor sanitation practices and protection issues.
• The overlapping of poor sanitation and presence of disease put some locations particularly at risk, like Inhamitanga-Sede, who appear to be among the more vulnerable.
• KIs report health, food security/ agriculture and shelter as priority needs.
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