- Approximately 10,000 people have been receiving a hot meal every day. Some 146,000 people received meals between 9 and 21 September.
- The PRC has received 1,000 food kits for distribution.
- 5,840 families have received essential household and hygiene items.
- 80 communal tents from the ICRC have been installed, accommodating 989 families. 141 evacuees received payment for putting up these tents, as part of the cash-for-work programme.
- Four daycare centres made of tarpaulins have been erected, each with space for about 50 children. 12 evacuees received payment for building the centre, as part of the cash-for-work programme.
- 3 water bladders have been set up, with a total capacity of 30,000 litres of clean water per day.
- A six-tent basic health-care unit has been set up, offering triage, screening and assessment; outpatient services; observation area; maternal care and child care. Doctors and nurses from the PRC staff the unit round the clock, with doctors from the department of health joining them during the day. A total of 7,078 individuals have received basic health care since the PRC installed a health desk, which eventually expanded into the this basic health-care unit.
- A six-person PRC team has administered Vitamin A, carried out deworming and conducted nutrition assessments, benefiting 438 people.
- 146 people have used ambulance services.
- Two ambulances are on standby to transfer serious cases to hospital.
- 139 evacuees have cleaned up the stadium, for which they received payment as part of the cash-for-work programme.
- Starting on 3 October, 30 evacuees will install some 150 emergency latrines over eight days. The ICRC will pay the workers and provide materials and digging tools.
- 122 volunteers have received training as health and hygiene promoters.
- 20,518 people received psychosocial support from a 14-person welfare team.
- 815 people made phone calls and sent text messages free of charge, as part of the restoring family links service.