Site Verification Assessments: #5 site verification assessments were conducted in #5 districts where 50 IDP sites were verified. This included: #10 sites in Barawe district with a population of 1,559HH (11,470 Indv.), #6 in Adado with 3,037HH (17,172 Indv.), #12 sites in Jowhar with 5,253HH (30,346 Indv.), #10 sites in Dhusamareb with 3,651HH (21,996 Indv.) and in Abudwak district which had #12 sites verified with a population of 11,422HH (72,371 Indv).
Capacity Building: Partners including UNHCR in Dhobley trained a total of 234 participants comprising of IDP camp leaders, local authority representatives, NGOs on a site maintenance standards/site planning, site management, coordination, conflict management, CFM and modules on CMCs roles and responsibilities to enhance advocacy skills for IDP community leaders.
Coordination Meetings: Partners held site level coordination meetings across IDP sites in #6 districts Kahda, Baidoa, Kismayo, Hargeisa, Erigavo and El-Afweyn) where discussions related to service delivery gaps and challenges were held with community members; Jubaland Commission for Refugees and IDPs (JUCRI) organized site level coordination meeting for IDP communities in Luuq and key issues discussed included service provision gaps/needs, strengthening CFM and improving RCCE activities within the sites.
Service Monitoring (SM): In October, Site monitoring reports occurred in 862 IDP sites covering 26 districts with 15 agencies administering this activity.
For more details on Site Monitoring, please see the dashboard: https://bit.ly/3zZQJxE
Cash Based Intervention (CBI)/ Cash for Work (CfW):
On October 5 IDP sites in Belehawa benefited from Cash-for-work and reported to have used monthly stipends to buy food for their families, paying debts, buying medicines, paying school/madrassa fees and start small businesses within the IDP sites. In North Galkayo KAF distributed Unconditional Cash assistance to 100 HHs including PLWD, part of whom were households expelled from Las Anod.
Complaint and Feedback Mechanism (CFM): The month of October, had a total of 4,358 complaints raised which was a significant increase of 14% compared to the number of complaints raised in September 3,567.
October also marked the highest number of complaints recorded this year. Most of the complaints raised in October were from the Food Security and Livelihood (FSL) sector (29%), Shelter (30%) and WASH (15%) totalling to 74% of the overall complaints raised.
For more details on CFM please see the CFM Dashboard: https://bit.ly/3DYAC5X