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KIS 2013/14 Winter needs assessment. Initial f indings. Method. Assessed for food, heating and shelter/NFI needs in the KIS Surveyed in all 51 KIS sites Min. of 20 surveys per site, max. of 20 Aimed to cover approx. 20% of households in the KIS

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method
Method
  • Assessed for food, heating and shelter/NFI needs in the KIS
  • Surveyed in all 51 KIS sites
  • Min. of 20 surveys per site, max. of 20
  • Aimed to cover approx. 20% of households in the KIS
  • Results are indicative only – figures for the KIS overall will be confirmed once the population verification has been completed
results income
Results – Income
  • Significantly higher average incomes than reported in PDM survey from April 2013:
    • Ongoing availability of daily labour?
    • Phrasing of the question (AFG/week, rather than AFG/month)?
  • Average1 weekly earnings: 915 AFG/HH
  • Average1 weekly borrowing: 456 AFG/HH
results expenditure
Results – Expenditure
  • In order of importance:
    • Food
    • Health
    • Debt repayment
    • NFI/shelter
    • Water
    • Education
    • Other
results preferred fuel
Results – Preferred fuel
  • Rubbish results should, broadly speaking, be interpreted as households’ normal behaviour
  • Clear preference for charcoal at Block HaiQassaba, PD 15
  • Should also test for reliance on animal manure in the future
results shelter type
Results – Shelter type
  • Settlements where shelters with tarpaulin walls (i.e. tents) dominate, ranked in order:
results non food items1
Results – Non-food items
  • Settlements that were judged to have the poorest shelter conditions (surveyor’s judgement) are:
    • KartiParwan, PD 4
    • Behind Shadab Zafar Flats, PD 5
    • Block HaiQassaba, PD 15
    • BukharKhana, PD 9
    • Ada Mazar, PD 17
    • Charahi Lab Jar, PD 15
    • Tape Qassaba, PD 15
    • HoteleGuleSorkh, PD 4
    • SarakePanjProjaTaimani, PD 4
results non food items2
Results – Non-food items
  • Settlements with less than 2.5 blankets per household (in order of priority) are:
    • In Front of Tajwar Sultana High School, PD 4
    • Sarake Do ProjaTaimani(1), PD 4
    • Qalai Wahid, PD 5
    • Behind Police Station, PD 4
    • Sarak Awal Silo, PD 5
    • PuliShinaBagrami, PD 8
    • Shahrake Police (ChamaniBabrak), PD 4
    • Shahrak Aria, PD 10
    • Near Kotal Check Point, PD 17
    • BaghDawood, PD 14
    • CharahiQamber, PD 5
    • Gul Butta, PD 8
results non food items3
Results – Non-food items
  • Settlements with 2.5-3 blankets per household (in order of priority) are:
    • Near Charahi Bud Khak, PD 12
    • Behind New Parliament House, PD 6
    • ShahrakeZakreen, PD 17
    • Puli Company, PD 5
    • Ghaibi Baba (Tape KarteNaw), PD 8
recommendations non food items
Recommendations – Non-food items
  • Major gap is winter clothing for both adults and children
  • Settlements with poor ratings for state of their shelter and number of tarpaulins should be prioritised for tarpaulins; sites where shelters are predominantly tents should also be prioritised
  • Settlements fewer than 3 blankets per household on average should be prioritised for receiving blankets