Chingwizi Camp Registration process still ongoing 2,194 households moved, 100 arriving daily Many new arrivals not directly flood-affected Transit points emptying out.
Latest Government Plans 5,000 ha to be divided for agric. Each household to receive 1.5 ha of irr. Land. No info on when this will take place Compensation provided to some
CCCM, Shelter, NFIs The registration process is ongoing; more enumerators required. The layout of the camp being improved. Shelter material being provided to those directly affected by floods; new caseload of people not directly affected (only at risk) an issue.
Education Many school children enrolled at satellite school 3 km away. 21 teachers required for proposed school site. Support being provided, but serious gaps remain.
Food Security and Nutrition Lack of food identified. WFP requires $812,675 to cover needs for four months Technical support is needed in ensuring ration size and content is standardized, as well is food distribution. The District Food and Nutrition Security committee (DFNSC) is planning a nutrition assessment for children under age 5 to ascertain their nutrition situation
Health 20 nurses supporting clinic, supplies being received. Medical supplies have been received from various partners Serious gaps remain in: Antenatal and other obstetric services. WHO’s Expanded Program on Immunization (EPI). Antiretroviral therapy (ART): nurses were processing figures of people on ART and TB treatment and other chronic medication. Maternal and child health (MCH). Malaria diagnosis and treatment. There is also a high risk of communicable disease outbreaks, especially water- borne diseases. An ambulance for case referral to Chiredzi District Hospital 52 km away. The management of household and medical waste
Agriculture and Livelihoods An estimated 1,056 ha of food crops were submerged leading to a loss of 718 tons of potential harvest A loss of livestock assets occurred due to distress sales, and loss of productivity of the remaining livestock due to stress and disease. Environmental degradation (overgrazing, deforestation, soil erosion) is also a serious concern. FAO requires $823,188
Protection Scaling up of community psycho-social support is an urgent need The rapidly changing situation and crowded temporary settlement creates a risk for increased violence among families, community members, and between the community and service providers Responses are underway
WASH Sanitation and hygiene promotion coverage are still low. About 64% have access to water for washing hands; and are currently accessing the minimum water requirements. emergency temporary latrines needed, Coordination improving; cholera CP being developed
Coordination Provincial Civil Protection Committee (CPC) meeting three times a week Meetings co-chaired by the District Administrator (DA) and OCHA are also held three times a week.
Funding SectorFunds required (US$) WASH 212,500 Agriculture and Livelihoods823,188 Education 496,900 Protection 150,000 Food812,675 Tracking and Transportation492,464 Shelter and NFIs627,100 Health 658,000 Camp Coordination and Camp Management >209,658 Total4,482,485