Kenya-Factsheet - Shelter Cluster

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Kenya
September
Shelter Cluster Factsheet
2013
Highlights
1.NFI Kits to have standardized items that can be used by agencies in all
contexts and ensure equality during emergency distributions. Also a goodwill
commitment document that can be used between agencies for quick response
and reimbursement of Kits.
2.Shelter catalogue created to show case the different types of shelters that
have been constructed in the in Kenya.
3.Illustration guide created to assist in the rapid construction of shelters during
emergencies.
Cluster strategy and objectives
-The Humanitarian needs of highly vulnerable populations affected by natural
and man-made disasters are met through life-saving assistance and protection as
per national and international standards.
− Communities have enhanced resilience, reducing the impact of disasters, and
lessened chronic vulnerability by means of DRR and early recovery approaches.
− Increased coordination between the GoK and development actors to address
issues of chronic vulnerability and provide durable solutions. while advocating
for the improvement of local and international partnerships.
Context and Response
Recently Kenya is experiencing more recurrent patterns of drought in its ASAL
region (North and North-eastern part of the country. Flooding and land sliding
have become eminent in Western and south parts of the country. Nevertheless
the devolution and impacts of the above has led to an increase of inter-clan
conflict. Kenya Humanitarian response team has adopted the sector/cluster
system to absorb the impacts of the mentions events. The Shelter/NFI sector is
recently reestablished as one main sector with IOM and KRCS responsible for its
operation.
Challenges
- Short time frame due to many consultations with all the participating agencies while
keeping in mind their internal policies. Different agencies, different policies i.e
procurement and response.
- The shelter/NFI sector was establish in lieu to the election period which has passed
smoothly and our challenge is to reform the response framework to suit the above
mentioned possible disaster while putting in mind the new administrative setup
(devolution) coming with county border’s and capacity building issues. Other
challenges which we have felt during election period preparedness was, the lack of the
sector capacities; mainly the limited shelter and NFI kits as well logistical and
operational capacities given the donor fatigue.
Cluster coordinator : Sharif Ahmed
Contact
Email : [email protected]
details :
Key figures
Total affected population:
Cluster target population:
Total houses destroyed:
Total houses damaged:
13,377 HH
831,000 HH
6,260 units
00’000 units
Funding needs (mio USD): 14.9M
Funds available (mio USD): Not funded
Response:
Target (HH) Reached
Emergency shelter/ NFI(HH274,000)
2%
%
Long-term shelter (HH)
00 %
Settlement type:
Non-displaced
Host families
Self-settled camps
Collective centers
Planned camps
Self –settled
HH
00’000
00’000
00’000
00’000
00’000
00’000
%
00 %
00 %
00 %
00 %
00 %
00 %
Cluster:
Cluster lead agency
IOM
Techncial lead
Kenya Red Cross
Co-lead (Gov)
MoSSP
Nbr of cluster partners
25
Nbr of staff dedicated to the cluster
6
Nbr of sub-national clusters
8
Key Dates
Crises : Day Month Year
Activation of Cluster : Day Month Year
Deployment :
Handover :
GLIDE:
www.sheltercluster.org
Needs, response and gap
Needs
Response
Gap
(H =D-E-F)
(A)
# Affected
HH
(B)
#HH Selfrecovered
(C=A-B)
#HH Still
affected
(D= 50% C)
Targeted by
Cluster
(vulnerable HHs)
(E)
#HH to be
assisted by
Govt.
(F)
#HH to be assisted by
humanitarian actors
(confirmed funds)
(G)
#HH
served
#HH not yet
funded
NFIs
15,000
1,000
14,000
7,000
2,000
0
0
0
Emergency Shelter
6,260
539
5,726
3,000
1,710
0
0
0
Long-term shelter
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Note
i.
Figures above represent current and future plans
ii.
No funding confirmed at the moment
Budget gap :
Shelter solutions
House
Tent
Shed
Collective centers
Improved shelter
No shelter
Households
539
217
0
0
0
0
Percentage
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
Map : Who is doing what where in shelter
More maps available at : (hyperlink)
https://kenya.humanitarianresponse.info/clusters/emergency-shelter-and-nfi
Table showing HUB coverage by Shelter Cluster partners with Capacities
HUB
Covering districts
Shelter Cluster presence
Isiolo
Moyale, Marsabit, Isiolo
UNICEF, KRC
Nakuru
Eldoret
Mombasa
Garissa
Kisumu
Nakuru, Naivasha, Kipkelion, Molo,
Kitale, Nandi, Uasin, Gishu, Burnt
Forest
Samaritan’s Purse, IOM, OCHA, KRC
Mombasa, Lamu, Tana River, Kwale,
World Vision, KRC
Malindi
Garissa, Wajir, Manerda, Ijara, Fafi,
NRC, IOM, UNICEF
Hagadera
Nyanza, Western
Turkana
Nairobi (Urban)
NRC, IOM
Njoro, Narok, Subukia
UNICEF, World Vision, KRC
World Vision, UNICEF, NRC
Kibera, Makandara, Kasarani
KRC, CHF, Samaritan’s Purse,
Other
Cluster lead: IOM
Partners of the Shelter Cluster:
UNICEF, World Vision
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