• Poor sanitation conditions and a high prevalence of water-borne diseases make WASH intervention a priority.
• Loss of crops, difficult access to markets, and low stock levels are expected to further deteriorate food security in the district
• There are urgent health needs in the district because of a lack of medical equipment, supplies and health staff.
• Key Informants (KIs) in the assessed communities report water, health and food as main priorities.
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