South Sudan — Perceptions Survey, Bentiu & Rubkona (September 2018)

23 Jan 2019 South Sudan English Download
  • 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 sites 60% were in Bentiu PoC and 29% in UN House PoC 3.
  • 70% of households in Bentiu and 57% of households in Rubkona reported no perceived additional pressure on resources due to returning populations.
  • Households in Rubkona town reported higher levels of inadequate infrastructure compared to Bentiu town.
  • Sharing food distributions is the primary way host communities support IDPs and returnees.

Contact

DTM South Sudan, SouthSudanDTM@iom.int