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Wa. SH in Emergency Working Group Meeting Borno State - Maiduguri 04/10/2016 Wa. SH in Emergency Working Group Meeting Borno State - Maiduguri 04/10/2016

AGENDA 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3. 4. Opening remarks / Introduction AGENDA 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3. 4. Opening remarks / Introduction of participants Adoption of Agenda Follow up on action points of the last meeting WASH and Health 1. Cholera 2. Malaria Humanitarian context: 1. Access & areas of interest to reach populations in need // Identification of gaps & possible agencies coverage 2. Dikwa/Mafa/Bama updates 3. WASH in host communities - Critical areas for new support? New actors in town or established ones looking to expand activities? New IM Products Ao. B Review action points identified during meeting Closing Remarks/Prayers

4. WASH & Health Cholera Cases Borno State 450 1. Cholera Nigeria (46. 7%). 4. WASH & Health Cholera Cases Borno State 450 1. Cholera Nigeria (46. 7%). 3. 55 cases out of total 61 alive(90. 2%). 4. 6 cases out of 61 dead (CFR: 9. 8%). 2. Cholera Borno 1. No confirmed cases so far 2. Agencies contingency activities & resources document 3. Malaria 1. Health sector hasn’t received any WASH agencies inputs on their capacity mapping 2. 375, 000 bednetsfor newly liberated areas (OFDA funded) plus some for camps in Maiduguri 3. Fumigation trucks from Govt? – colleagues from BOSEPA to give us an overview of activities 4. Coordination w/health sector to get info on health facilities receiving above average malaria cases 350 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 W 1 W 3 W 5 W 7 W 9 W 11 W 13 W 15 W 17 W 19 W 21 W 23 W 25 W 27 W 29 W 31 W 33 W 35 W 37 W 39 W 41 W 43 W 45 W 47 W 49 W 51 W 53 2. 7 out of 15 samples positive for Vibro cholera-Ogawa Confirmed Cases 1. Outbreak in Lagos Estate 400 Epidemiological week 2016 2015 2014

5. Humanitarian context 1. 2. 3. Access & areas of interest to reach populations 5. Humanitarian context 1. 2. 3. Access & areas of interest to reach populations in need Identification of gaps & possible agencies coverage Monguno coordo group feedback?

5. Dikwa/Mafa DIKWA: Flooding of camp sites pushed IDPs to move to Dikwa city 5. Dikwa/Mafa DIKWA: Flooding of camp sites pushed IDPs to move to Dikwa city (5 camps/town) tot 70, 000 IDPs WATER: 6 BHs around town UNICEF/RUWASSA planning to rehab in coming 25 days HP BHs around town ICRC looking into them Other BHs being rehabbed with below average standards Support needed Solar panels taken from camps and installed in non-functional diesel pump BHs (approx. 4 done like this) SANITATION: Latrines in schools hardly meeting needs UNICEF RUWASSA constructing latrines, ICRC available (site plans not yet released by UNHCR) MAFA: circa 4, 000 IDPs WATER: 3 BHs around town 1 middle of town + 1 School UNIC/RUW rehab 1 free flowing Support needed SANITATION: 100 latrines UNICEF/RUWASSA construct Chesalar IDP Camp Tsangaya Integrated School

5. Humanitarian Context WASH in Host Communities –Maidug & Jere 1. Critical areas for 5. Humanitarian Context WASH in Host Communities –Maidug & Jere 1. Critical areas for new support? New actors in town or established ones looking to expand activities? Camp leadership? Teachers Village, CAN Center, NYSC, Customs House, Goni Kachallari, Shehu Sanda Kyarimi (formal Camps); Kabar Maila, Fori Primary School, Galtimari Primary School (informal camps)

6. New IM Products • The new 5 W format – please report by 6. New IM Products • The new 5 W format – please report by tomorrow COB – August version is on HR. Info website. • The WASH Sector Contact Form Online – subscribe to the mailing list. • Water Point GPS Map • Google Drive Technical Folder

7. Ao. B 1. Software TWi. G – Oxfam suggested last meeting? 8. Review 7. Ao. B 1. Software TWi. G – Oxfam suggested last meeting? 8. Review action points identified during meeting