IOM DTM long-term Wau PoC AA Site Flow Monitoring

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IOM DTM long-term Wau PoC AA Site Flow Monitoring

DTM, August 2018
DTM recorded a total of 2,539 individuals entering and 1,943 individuals exiting Wau’s Protection of Civilians Adjacent Area (PoC AA) site during the reporting period. Movement into and out of the site was very localised, as 67 per cent of entering individuals and 64 per cent of exiting individuals came from / left for Wau North and South Payams (Wau County). Food shortages (34%), insecurity (27%) and family reunification (19%) were cited as the three main reasons for entry into Wau PoC AA site. half of all IDPs leaving Wau South for the PoC AA site cited food shortages as reason for entry - especially in August 2017.
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DTM recorded a total of 2,539 individuals entering and 1,943 individuals exiting Wau’s Protection of Civilians Adjacent Area (PoC AA) site during the reporting period. Movement into and out of the site was very localised, as 67 per cent of entering individuals and 64 per cent of exiting individuals came from / left for Wau North and South Payams (Wau County). Food shortages (34%), insecurity (27%) and family reunification (19%) were cited as the three main reasons for entry into Wau PoC AA site. half of all IDPs leaving Wau South for the PoC AA site cited food shortages as reason for entry - especially in August 2017.