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MIRINAE STORM-FLOOD Joint-assessment to Phu Yen and Khanh Hoa
Assessment mission group Name Organization Expertise 1). Mr. Nguyen Van Gia Save the Children DRR/response/shelter 2). Mr. Le Quang Vinh PACCOM Partner relations 3). Ms. Bui Thi Cay Save the Children Child protection 4). Ms. Nguyen Thanh Hien UNICEF WASH Specialist 5). Dr. Cao Viet Hoa UNICEF Health Specialist 6). Mr. Nguyen Cong Trang Oxfam GB Livelihood 7). Mr. Pham Quang Trung Oxfam Hong Kong Pro-poor Market
Food aid : Immediate support of food-stuff (local dried fish), and bottled water to the people in seriously affected and isolated communities (especially communes in Dong Xuan of Phu Yen) some communes of the ethnic minority is isolated and badly need urgent support
Shelter : provide roofing materials for unroofed house households.
Education: Roofs for and fence for damaged schools, books, notebooks, student kits for children and teaching materials
Nonfood items: particularly needed for families lost houses (including blankets, clothes, household utensils, lighting fuel…)
Technical supports: Provide technical assistances for recovering after shock in all areas
Provincial & District Officials did not have a complete set of data, especially humanitarian assisted data such as total number of children without books, notebooks and pens for continued school, total number of people lacking drinking water, food & NFI;
RA team could not meet with relevant people in visited communes as they were busy with distribution of in kind donations, their own assessment of losses and other businesses after disaster.
2- Many seriously affected communes unreached by the RA team due to:
Communes were not reached by normal road, but by boats and all the boats were used for aid transportation.