Beneficiaries numbers reported are for January 2016 only
CCCM cluster has tracked total of 678,620 IDPs in and out of camps in January 2016. Moreover, CCCM has coordinated the provision of lifesaving multi-sectoral response to 238,869 IDPs living in 258 informal settlements in January 2016.
Education cluster provided advocacy for needs and rights of education of children in crisis contexts, awareness raising campaigns, winterization kits, non formal education, professional development to teaching staff , life skills based education, psychosocial support and recreational activities, regular self-learning materials and digital learining materials, standard curriculum, textbooks, basic education materials, remedial education, ECD kits to children (3-5), incentives/allowances for teaching staff, provision of fuel for heating in learning centers, provision of teacher's kits to teaching staff, rehabilitation of learning centers, school feeding, techincal and vocational education for youth.
FSL cluster reached 1,235,225 beneficiaries with food Baskets, cooked meals, mixed food items and other food commodities; additionally reached 1,059,179 beneficiaries with bread and flour activities and additionally reached 62,749 beneficiaries with vouchers, cash for work and livelihoods activities.
Health cluster reached 389,516 beneficiaries with consultations; through outreach consultations a further 26,274 beneficiaries were reached; via trainings 8,633 doctors, nurses, midwives and CHW trainees reached and 14,993 minor and major surgeries were supported.
NFI cluster provided NFI kits (in-kind, cash, voucher).
Nutrition cluster supported and provided IYCF-E messages by outreach workers, BMS supports and re-lactation supports for 0-6 month year old infants; children lipid-based nutrient supplements, complementary foods, inpatient SAM treatments, MAM treatments, vitamin A, malnutrition screenings, multiple micronutrients; health staff trained on IYCF and CMAM guidelines; lactating womens receive vitamin A; PLWs reached with MAM treatments, counselled on appropriate IYCF, screened for malnutrition, supplemented with multiple micronutrients, receieved food assistance and non-food items; psychosocial counselling sessions for caregivers with children less than 2 years old.
Protection cluster provided assesments, awareness raising activities, case management, child protection and psychosocial support, dignity kit distribution, group discussions, interventions, material/cash assistance, outreach activities, protection monitoring, recreation and early childhood development kits, referrals, release reports/press release/lobby note/discussion papers, risk educations, safety audit, observational analysis, service mappings, specialised child protection services, trainings.
Shelter cluster provided rental assistance, shelter kits for private/shared shelters and suppport owners/tenants to sustainably repair/rehabilitate their housing.
WASH cluster reached beneficiaries with direct water provision, water trucking bottles, private boreholes, household water treatments, maintenances/ cleanings of communal sewages, constructions or rehabilitations of communal latrines and household latrines and bathing facilities, hygiene promotion community mobilization IEC materialsand hygiene kits distributions
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