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South Sudan: SNFI Assessment-Verification Report Wuluturu, 7 June 2019

Source: International Organization for Migration, UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Shelter Cluster
Country: South Sudan

Besides population counts, the survey conducted yielded these results:

Households surveyed reporting vulnerability:
38% fall under the female/child headed vulnerability criteria
20% fall under the widow headed criteria
30% fall under HH w/ Malnourished <5 or pregnant and/or lactating mother
34% fall under Single Parent/Caregiver household
23% fall under Old Person HH
33% are families with person of special needs or chronic illnesses
21% are families with separated/unaccompanied children
Most household meet at least 2 vulnerability criteria.

Only 7% (7/100) of the surveyed community reportedly received any kind NFI intervention/assistance in the last 2 years.
98% to 99% of the household surveyed indicated a need for rehabilitation of their shelters ranging from minor rehabilitation to in need of total re-construction.
95% of the surveyed household reported “No Source” of income, leading to 87% of the household not being able to support the basic NFI requirements. NFI’s reportedly procured by just 12% of the respondents includes cups, plates, soap in very small quantities.
Top priorities for NFI are kitchen sets, plastic sheets and blankets. 17 households surveyed have prioritized Kanga’s

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