South Sudan

South Sudan: CCCM Cluster Weekly Situation Report (14 - 18 September 2016)


• 409 new individuals entered the PoC, a significant increase on 291 the previous week. 79% from Leer and all citing security and access to humanitarian services as key reasons.
• Camp management and Protection are working together to address GBV risks faced by female IDPs when collecting firewood outside of the PoC.
• Camp management and Protection continue advocating for return of biometric registration in PoC.

• Camp management has been reaching out to Health, Shelter and WASH partners and strengthening relationships to encourage regular participation in coordination meetings.
• IDPs who wish to participate in community leadership elections are collecting signatures to stand on ballot.
• Camp management identified 42 vulnerable families to move into new communal shelters, once construction is complete.

• Camp management coordinated with partners and community leaders to support GFD in Dethoma 1 and where they set up a lost cards and complaints desk.

• Approximately 500 people entered Malakal Town to escape an outbreak of fighting in Balliet County.
• SFP and Camp Management are conducting learning sessions with the community to address illegal construction of shelters in the PoC.

• Camp management coordinated with OCHA, and UNMISS RRP and State Administrator to find an emergency solution to dumping liquid waste from latrines which are full and posing a health hazard.

Tongping, Juba
• 2,687 IDPs have relocated to UN House since movements began on 28 July and approximately 1,289 registered IDPs remain at the site.
• No relocations since 14 September due to violence directed at humanitarians, reportedly encouraged by the new camp chairman. Relocation scheduled to re-start on 21 September.

UN House, Juba
• All newly arrived IDPs have been moved from temporary communal shelters to individual shelters.
• Construction of individual shelters is ongoing.
• Biometric registration will begin on 20 September.