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1 The mission of the United Nations Office
The mission of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) is to Coordinate the global emergency response to save lives and protect people in humanitarian crises. We advocate for effective and principled humanitarian action by all, for all. www.unocha.org This report is produced by OCHA DRC in collaboration with humanitarian partners. It covers the period of June 0 3 , 1 (4pm Goma time). 1 HIGHLIGHTS • A delegation led by the Humanitarian Coordinator visits Sake • The number and magnitude of earthquakes has decreased • T ransfer of displaced people from the Ndendere site in Bukavu c ity to the new Kavumu site in ADI - Kivu begins SITUATION OVERVIEW A ccording to provincial authorities, seismic data recorded on 02 June show a significant decrease in the magnitude and number of earthquakes. The military governor will conduct a field visit to assess and consider a gradual return of displaced populat ions in the coming days. Although the authorities have not yet authorized a return to Goma, a return movement of people towards the city continues to be noted , in particular between Minova and the area of origin of the displaced people. The International 02 June, IOM conducted a monitoring of returns jointly with the government in Sake. A comparative analysis is expected to be shared soon. In a statement issued on 02 June, the Prov incial Director of Primary, Secondary, and Technical Education in North Kivu asked school officials in the city of Butembo and in the territories of Lubero and Beni to welcome any parent expressing a desire to enroll his or her child to avoid a break in sc hooling. The national Minister of Transport, Communication Routes , and Access announced on 03 June that conditions at the Bukavu airport ha ve improved as the volcanic ash clouds are mov ing east. The airport at Kavumu in South Kivu is now open to air traff ic. Goma airport remains closed and is being monitor. Since 02 national authorities to operate humanitarian flight s between Bunia and Entebbe, following the temporary closure of Goma airport. 1 The information is collected from partners on an ongoing basis, the data is therefore subject to change as the situation evolves . DR Congo: Volcanic eruption in Goma Situation Report # 10 0 3 June 2021 Exchanges between the representative of the Sake

2 IDP committee and the Humanitarian Coo
IDP committee and the Humanitarian Coordinator. 03 June, OCHA/Nadege Nodji DRC Situation Report 10 | 2 United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs www.unocha.org A collective of 15 y outh organizations has mobilized two thousand electronic bracelets to computerize the identification and reunification of children separated from their parents. According to the spokesperson of the collective, these activities will target the axes Goma - Rut shuru - Lubero, Sake - Minova - Bukavu , and Sake - Masisi center. ▪ Sake Shelter An area of 35 hectares was made available by a private individual to install temporary shelters for displaced persons in Sake. Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) As of 03 June, 1,100 households have received WASH kits through UNICEF distribution s . 65,000 displaced people have access to water through daily water trucking provided by UNICEF. A pumping station was installed on 03 June in Sake. In addition, 46 chlorination poi nts were installed to prevent cholera transmission in Sake and on the Sake - Minova axis with support from the Red Cross . E ight additional chlorination points were installed w ith support from Caritas. The re remains a need to install WASH facilities in the assembly centers. Protection The protection situation in the displacement sites remains a concern. P rotection monitoring has reported security incidents in some collective centers in the Sake health area. OCHA has asked local authorities to strengthen t he protection of the shelters. The head of the concentration site of the health area of Sake and the administrator of Masisi territory reported that they had given instructions for night patrols. Post - rape kits, dignity kits, and delivery kits are a lready available in Sake. Forty - five women have received dignity kits at the general referral hospital in Kirotshe; 1,000 hygiene kits have been distributed to young girls (IDPs and the population) on the Sake - Minova axis. In addition, care was provided to 37 cases of gender - based violence. On 02 June, UN Women met with and supported the shelter and protection commissions to ensure gender mainstreaming. Together with the gender division, UN Women met with the head of the concentration site of Sake and se t up a cross - cutting gender committee reporting to the general coordination. A rapid gender assessment was also initiated and a

3 briefing of humanitarian actors took pl
briefing of humanitarian actors took place. Health Between 01 and 02 June, Save t he Children International donated medicine and nutritional inputs to the Kimoka Health Center, the Kaduki Health Center, and the Kirotshe General Referral Hospital in the Kirotshe Health Zone, to enable displaced people to receive quality health care. The partners identified shortages of health inputs in the Kaduki and Kimoka health centers. Individual delivery kits were distributed to health staff at the Kirotshe General Referral Hospital and to the health centers in Sake and Bweremana. Food Security Approximately 20,000 displaced people received food assistance through World Food Programme (WFP) and World Vision International distributions . This activity is st ill ongoing. DRC Situation Report 10 | 3 United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs www.unocha.org ▪ Minov a Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) On 03 June, 25 new chlorination sites were installed in seven health areas in Minova by local Red Cross volunteers and the NGO MDA with the support of UNICEF. Health Basic medicines for primary health care and acute respiratory infections, as well as basic equipment from the World Health Organization (WHO), were delivered on 03 June t he Central Zone Office in Minova. WHO announced on 03 June 3 that a circular note from the Ministry of Health will be shared with health zones hosting IDPs regarding free primary health care. Food Security From 31 May 31 to 02 June, approximately 13,000 displaced people received food assistance in the city of Minova through WFP and World Vision International distributions. This activity is ongoing. On 03 June, 27 unaccompanied children identified in the city of Minova received food rations distributed by WFP. ▪ Bukavu The transfer of displaced people from the Ndendere site in the city of Bukavu to the new site of Kavumu in ADI - Kivu began in the morning of 03 June 3 . The transfer was carried out by buses provided by the provincial governorate. A total of 389 people (146 households) were at the Ndendere site; 34 people (9 households) refused to be transferred and want to return to Goma. In addition, government services have located another 100 displaced persons off - site who will be transferred to Kavumu in the coming days. Work on the site is continuing to improve

4 the reception and protection capacity
the reception and protection capacity for displaced people . COORDINATION T he Humanitarian Coordinator (HC), Mr. David McLachlan - Karr, led a mission on 03 June to the Sak e health area, that hosts more than 36,000 displaced people from the city of Goma. The mission included the German Ambassador, representing the donor community, the INGO f orum, UNDP, IOM, UNHCR, WFP, UNICEF, WHO , and OCHA. During the visit, the delegation met with local authorities and humanitarian partners. They visited displaced people in three assembly sites (No Apostolique, Mosque and Mululu Institute). The HC reiterated, a mong other things, the zero tolerance of cases of sexual abuse and exploitation. He also recalled the principles inherent to humanitarian action, including the principle of "Do N o H arm". In addition, UNICEF organized awareness - raising activities on protect ion from sexual exploitation and abuse (PSEA) in Sake and Bukavu. Two PSEA network coordinators were also deployed on 03 June in Rutshuru. A humanitarian coordination meeting and a crisis committee meeting were held with the authorities on 03 June in Goma . The main strategic lines of the response plan were discussed, including support for displaced and host families, strengthening access to drinking water (risk of cholera) and preparing the return of displaced people . WASH, health, and child protection s ec toral meetings were also organized in Minova . DRC Situation Report 10 | 4 United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs www.unocha.org MAPS This infographic presents a summary of the movement data collected by DTM ( Displacement tracking matrix ) teams during an evaluation conducted from 27 to 31 May, 2021. ( Click on the image to access the document ) This new UNOSAT map illustrates the extent of the lava flow and related geological information north of Goma airport, North Kivu province, as detected by satellite images acquired aft er the eruption of Nyiragongo volcano on 22 May 2021. ( Click on the image to access the document ). For more information, please contact: Joseph Inganji, He ad of Office OCHA DR C , inganji@un.org , Tel: +243 970 003 670 Emmanuelle Osmond, Deputy He ad of Office , emmanuelle.osmond@un.org , Tel : +243 971 015 446 United N ations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs ww w .unocha.