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Updated data of IDP from Benishangul Gumuz Region and borders residing in West Wollega and East Wol

November 03 /2018 . Background. Oromo and Benishangul Gumuz ethnics have living together for many centuries sharing same value, culture, languages and other social practices in common. However, following the recent border conflict about .

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Updated data of IDP from Benishangul Gumuz Region and borders residing in West Wollega and East Wol






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Updated data of IDP from Benishangul Gumuz Region and borders residing in West Wollega and East Wollega

November 03 /2018

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Background

Oromo and Benishangul Gumuz ethnics have living together for many centuries sharing same value, culture, languages and other social practices in common

However, following the recent border conflict about

181,185

Oromo peoples with

31,946 HHs

were displaced from woredas of East and West Wollega zones

Five

woredas from East Wollega and

Nine

woredas from West Wollega zone were affected with this border displacement

There are about

55 IDP sites in both zones (E/Wollega-29 and W/Wollega-26)

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Table 1: Demographic Data of IDPs by Woredas, East and West Wollega Zones, Oromiya, Week 43, Oct. 2018

Zone

Woreda

No. of IDP Sites

No. of HHs

Total No. of Displaced Peoples

No. of Under Five Children

No. of PLW

East Wollega

Guto

Gida

3

403

2,016

170

113

Sasiga

6

7,690

57,431

5,628

487

Haro

Limu

9

4,518

28,821

10,977

1,161

Gida Ayana

1

550

720

12

0

Diga

3

418

2,595

524

74

Nekemte

Town

7

2,236

8,914

997

352

Zone Total

29

15,815

100,497

18,308

2,187

West Wollega

Gimbi

Rural

1

722

3,632

597

137

Lalo Asabi

1

459

2,296

377

146

Bodji

Dirmeji

1

2,087

10,436

1,715

636

Nedjo

Town

3

1,185

6,695

1,100

366

Nedjo Rural

9

4,197

20,217

3,322

848

Lata Sibu

5

1,720

8,602

1,413

337

Kiltu Kara

1

1,699

8,498

1,396

327

Mendi

1

290

1,274

209

81

Mana Sibu

4

3,772

19,038

3,128

710

Zone Total

26

16,131

80,688

13,257

3,588

Grand Total

55

31,946

181,185

31,565

5,775

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Key IDP Interventions in East and West Wollega Zones

Technical teams from RHB, EPHI/FMoH, Addis Ababa RHB and WHO were deployed to both zones

Drugs and supplies were provided for zones

Drugs and WASH materials were supported to zones by RHB from its owns stock

25 IDP Kits/EDKs from EPHI/PFSA (E/Wollega-13, W/Wollega-8, Nekemte Town-4)

8 EDKs by UNICEF Ethiopia (E/Wollega-5 and W/Wollega-3)

8 IEHK Kits by WHO (W/Wollega -5 and E/Wollega-3)

CMAM supplies (

Plumpynut

, F100, F75) were provided by UNICEF for both zones

Different drugs were supplied for both zones by IRC

470,000 ETB was transferred to zones and town for IDP operational cost

W/Wollega-270,000 Birr

E/Wollega -150,000 Birr

Nekemte Town - 50,000 Birr

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Key IDP Interventions . . .

WASH materials (soaps, water Rx Chemicals,

Roto

, Sanitary pads, jericans,

etc

) were requested to UNICEF and being processed for East and West Wollega zones

Drugs and NFI kits are being distributed by MSF-Spain and MCMDO for both zones

One Ambulance was given for East Wollega zone

One rented vehicle by UNOPS was provided for E/Wollega zone from the region

Strengthening coordination and collaboration of IDP responses at Regional, Zonal and Woreda levels

Integrated IDP response plan of both zones was prepared and communicated with all stakeholders

Enhancing partners support on IDP activities

Daily IDP situation updating, reporting and feedback at all level

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Key IDP Interventions . . .

About 33,595 peoples were attended IPD and OPD treatment services

East Wollega – 16,249

West Wollega – 17,346

197 Trauma cases were treated to dated (E/Wollega-69 and W/Wollega-128)

530 pregnant mothers were got ANC services

E/Wollega - 305

W/Wollega - 225

136 mothers were attended skilled deliveries in both zones (E/Wollega-113, W/Wollega-23

Strengthening WASH activities at IDP sites

Personal hygiene and environmental sanitation promotion

Temporary latrine construction

Water treatment chemicals distribution and uses

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S.N

Zone

6-59 Months Children Screening

PLW Screening

Vaccination

Total No. of 6-59 Months Children

Total 6-59 Months Children Screened

MAM Cases

SAM Cases

Total No. of PLWs

Total PLW Screened

MAM CasesSAM CasesNo. of Children DewormedNo. of Children Supplied with Vit. A1East Wollega18,3083,469147402,18794313817831342West Wollega13,2572,388101123,5884914501,2541,041Total31,5655,857248525,7751,434183171,3371,175

Screening for

Children

and PLW and Children Vaccinated,

East and West Wollega Zones, Oromiya, As

of WHO-Week

43, Oct. 2018

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Key Challenges/Gaps

Weak coordination at zonal and woreda level

Shortage drugs and supplies mainly for chronic diseases

Absence of essential drugs and medical supplies

Shortage of F100 and F75

Shortage of operational cost

Inadequate supply of general and supplementary food for IDPs

Critical shortage of NFI kits

Shortage of water supply at IDP sites

Low latrine availability at IDP sites

Availability of security problems in IDP woredas mainly in West Wollega zone

Shortage of vehicles and logistics

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Horaa

Bulaa

!!