Vulnerable group: IDPs community
1. Initial context
IDPs live close to provincial capital where many work in the informal economy.
Ongoing violence prevents IDP from returning home, creating a protracted crisis.
Schools serving the area have historically low attendance rates.
2. Shock to the system
COVID-19: to contain community infections, local authorities have closed the markets and services that provided employment
3. Ongoing monitoring of situational context
A food security assessment shows an increasing proportion of household expenditures on food
Child protection monitoring has detected increasing incidence of child labour
A survey later in the year shows increase in the global acute malnutrition rate for children and adolescents
4. Overview of impact
Adding COVID-19 into a protracted crisis has had an economic impact, resulting in a vulnerable population of IDPs facing a set of Humanitarian Conditions (decreasing access to food, loss of education, negative coping mechanisms of child labour, leading to physical harm and malnutrition).
These, together, are potentially more severe together than if they are considered separately.
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