Relocation of IDPs from schools to adequate alternative shelters ahead of reopening of schools on 20 September.
ES/NFIs to more than 11,570 people who were reportedly displaced recently from areas bordering Eritrea to Adigrat and are staying with the host community.
Between January and August, some 716,957 people–26 percent of the total 2.7 million people targeted were reached with emergency shelter and non-food items. With completed, ongoing, and planned distributions, about 1.18 million people, 42 per cent of the targeted population, will be reached by the end of the year.
During the reporting period more than 8,977 IDPs in Nebelet, Alamata and Maichew towns received emergency shelter assistance.
More than 9,348 IDPs and 3,000 affected people in Adwa, Hawzen Maykenetal, Gerealta, Endabaguna, Indasilassie Town received emergency shelter assistance in inaccessible areas for the last 7 months.
Four hundred NFI kits targeting 2000 IDPs and host communities were distributed in Zana, North Western Zone, previously inaccessible.
Lack of supplies and market disruption due to access constraints to the region, further aggravating the IDPs already dire living conditions.
Low funding amidst the huge number of IDPs and possible returns.
Lack of fuel, electricity, communication, cash, and bank services are hindering the response.
Lack of shelter construction materials in the local market leading to a spike in the prices.