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December 2022

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Shelter

Humanitarian Needs Overview [HNO] 2023: The multi-sectoral needs assessment (MSNA) and associated Humanitarian Needs Overview have been finalized and published with SNFI sector chapter and findings prepared in a consultative process with national and sub-national actors. The number of people in need of shelter assistance has increased (from the previous year) by 7% to 3M people.  

Noon-food Items

  • 33 partners
  • $325.8 M (45%) required (funded)

September 2022

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Shelter

HPC 2022-2023: MSNA data collection was concluded and shared with the sectors. Ongoing analysis and verification is being undertaken at WoS level, national sectors, and sub-national sectors.  
Shelter Damage Assessment: Shelter sector responding to Reach initiative has identified 10 communities in the southern governorates to run damage assessment through UNOSAT.

Noon-food Items

  • 33 partners
  • $325.8 M (32%) required (funded)

June 2022

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Shelter

  • 33 partners
  • $325.8 M (20%) required (funded)

March 2022

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Shelter

  • 33 partners
  • $325.8 M (14%) required (funded)

December 2021

NEED ANALYSISShelterHPC 2022: The shelter sector supported the WoS SNFI sectors to draft and finalise the humanitarian needs overview (HNO) and humanitarian response plan (HRP) for SNFI for 2022. The sector also consulted key partners to revise the sector logframe to reflect the 2022 response.Household Survey: The shelter sector re-submitted a request to relevant authorities to permit the undertaking of HH level shelter and NFI needs assessment across GoS controlled areas.

  • 35 partners
  • $316.3 M (49%) required (funded)

September 2021

NEED ANALYSISShelterDar’a Al Balad: with de-escalation of the conflict, and to support families to return, the shelter sector (national & sub-national) launched a rapid damage assessment to determine damage levels and associated resource requirements. Geographical coverage has been distributed among operational partners to undertake street level observation and categorize damage to residential buildings i.e. from minor to severe damage.

  • 35 partners
  • $316.6 M (2%) required (funded)