The project will provide relief packages including food and non items to 10,000 flood survivors in (Twic East County of Jonglei State and Terekeka county of Central Equatoria State in South Sudan. Communities are not aware of flood control and disaster management methods to retain water that can't be carried out within stream channels or retained in natural pound lakes. The project will inform the flood survivors to create man-mad channels to divert water around their homes and plant
South Sudan has faced flooding for three consecutive years and the current flooding has worsened the already dire situation. People have been forced to leave their flooded houses on higher grounds with no food or land. The flooded areas have become a perfect breeding ground for mosquitos leaving them dangerously exposed to diseases. Many communities in flooded areas are not knowledgeable about flood control and disaster management to create man-made channels to divert flooded water.
The project will provide a relief package to 10,000 flood survivors and sensitize them on flood control and disaster management method by creating man-made channels to divert flooded water and plant vegetation to retain extra water which can't be carried out within stream channels or retained in natural pound lakes to reduce and prevent the flow of water from flooding.
1, Improved the dire situation of 10000 flood survivors in South Sudan 2, Reduced flood cases in the area due to established man-made channels to divert floodwater and planted vegetation to retain water that can't be carried out within streams and natural lakes.
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