UN OCHA Latest Situation Report
Posted by Administrator on June 27, 2009
- The influx of large numbers of IDPs in certain camps has created the need for suitable land to establish new IDP camps as well as a corresponding need to decongest some existing sites.
- Congestion in a number of camps is impacting living standards.
- Additional humanitarian partners are needed to provide and distribute food to camps and schools.
- There is a need to ensure the availability of fortified blended food for the supplementary feeding programme.
- Returning IDPs need maize seed and fertilizer to have a bumper kharif (maize) crop to compensate for the winter rabi (wheat) crop which was not harvested