Myanmar

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The goal of the Shelter/NFI/CCCM Cluster in Myanmar is to provide people affected by violence  and conflict with safe, dignified and appropriate living conditions, as well as access to essential services, while seeking durable solutions.

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December 2020

 Highlights

Conflict affected families dwelling in camps and camp-like settings in Myanmar continue to remain in an appalling condition. Protracted displacement and re-current new emergencies has worsened the living condition of families, thereby subjecting them to adopt negative coping strategies.

Through the 2020 HRP, the Shelter/NFI/CCCM cluster planned to assistance some 250,000 conflict-affected population with Emergency/Temporary Shelter & NFI assistance. Only 61% of these population have been supported with life-sustaining shelter & NFI assistance. Several factors especially, access constraints and underfunding continue to remain a critical challenge for the Shelter/NFI/CCCM Cluster and its partner.

The cluster will continue to explore best modalities to assist affected families and provide support to families in critical need of humanitarian shelter assistance to ensure that their living conditions are improved to acceptable standard.

Through the 2020 HRP, the cluster appealed for $25M to be able to adequately address the needs of those affected by displacement. However, only 27% of the clusters’ financial ask was received.   

 

Coverage against targets

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Coordination Team