The International Organization for Migration’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (IOM DTM) and Humanity & Inclusion (HI) joined efforts to undertake an assessment of the level of access to services and the barriers faced by persons with disabilities within Wau Protection of Civilian Adjacent Area
The ongoing conflict in Jur River has caused wide-spread displacement since March 2019 within the county, into neighboring Wau Town and reaching as far as Tambura in neighboring Western Equatoria.
Following the recommendation from the Upper Nile Solutions Working Group, IOM and UNHCR conducted a joint survey in Malakal Protection of Civilian Site (PoC) to establish people’s intentions to return, the tentative time frame of return or relocation and preferred destinations, as well as present
Wau County has seen localized displacement at a significant scale since 2015. DTM has been deploying a variety of data collection tools and methodologies to regularly update partners on changing dynamics in the displacement situation.
88% of household indicated that they are separated from family members, with schooling being the most cited reason.88% reported nuclear family living outside the PoC, and of those residing in displacement
Findings of an intention-perception survey conducted in the Wau PoC AA site (Western Bahr El Ghazal) by IOM-DTM in coordination with CCCM between mid-December 2018 and beginning of January 2019.