IOM’s DTM and NFI teams carried out an intetions survey and muti-sectoral needs assessment from 25 October to 1 November 2017 in Pulchuol, Jonglei State.
In Pathai Patham, most IDPs arrived between February and April 2017 from within Uror County, Jonglei State fleeing insecurity; 78% intend to stay, mainly because of access to security.
DTM conducted an intention and a multi-sectorial needs survey in Wiechjol (Jonglei State) to create a prole of the displaced population.
This desk review report is part of the outputs of the first phase of IOM’s project implementation on data collection to enable a better understanding of migration flows from Afghanistan, Ethiopia, Iraq, Nigeria, Pakistan and Somalia towards Europe, a collaborative effort by DTM support team and r
The Youth Intentions Baseline Survey aims to understand the perceptions and attitudes of the youth residing in Be
83% of the surveyed population intend to stay in Duk. The majority are displaced from Uror County within Jonglei state. 92% of those who intend to stay do not know for how long they would like to stay. 71% have access to local shelter Materials. Cooking sets are the most needed non-food Item.
Fifty-five per cent of education facilities, 44 per cent of health facilities and 44 per cent of boreholes are functional. The majority of returnees are recorded in Bentiu, Rubkona, and Nhialdiu. Panhiany, Whatjaak, and Ngop are hardly accessible payams and nearly deserted.
Of those that were interviewed 96% were displaced from within Abyei and 49% chose to relocate to Abathok for safety reasons. 48% of the respondents intended to return and 83% requested security information on places of origin for returning.
A total of 302 households were interviewed, 29% were male-headed and 70% were female-headed households (1% unanswered). Of those surveyed 79% intended to stay in Aburoc and 69% of those intending to stay were planning to stay for 1-3 months. In total 71% have received humanitarian assistance.
The DTM team conducted a follow up survey in Abrouc from 28 March to 4 April 2017 to provide more in depth understanding of the intentions of internally displaced persons (IDPs) as well as their sectorial needs. The survey tool included inputs from partners.