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Table 2 Camp Level TFP and SFP enrollment rates by region

From: Performance of UNHCR nutrition programs in post-emergency refugee camps

TFP Enrollment Rate SFP Enrollment Rate
  Low (< 2.5%) Medium (2.5-4.9%) High (5.0-9.9%) Very High (10+%)
ASIA
Very Low (<.25%) Nu Poh (Thailand) Mae La Oon (Thailand) Ban Don Yang (Thailand)  
Mae La (Thailand)    
Mae Ra Ma Luang (Thailand)    
Umpiem Mai (Thailand)    
Medium
(0.25-.49%)
   Kutupalong (Bangladesh)  
   Nayapara (Bangladesh)  
High (0.5-0.9%)     
Very High (> 1%)     
AFRICA
Very Low (<.25%) Dimma (Ethiopia) Djabal (Chad) Oure Cassoni (Chad) Shimelba (Ethiopia)
Lugufu (Tanzania) Gaga (Chad) Hagadera (Kenya)  
Lugufu II (Tanzania) Goz Amer (Chad) Dagahaley (Kenya)  
Lukole (Tanzania) Kounoungou (Chad)   
Mtabila(Tanzania) Yaroungou (Chad)   
Nyarugusu (Tanzania) Bonga (Ethiopia)   
Nduta (Tanzania) Kebribeyah (Ethiopia)   
Kyaka II (Uganda) Kakuma (Kenya)   
Kyangwali (Uganda)    
Nakivale (Uganda)    
Medium
(0.25-.49%)
Amboko Chad) Dosseye (Chad) Dosseye (Chad) Kilo 26 (Sudan)
Kiziba (Rwanda) Bredjing (Chad) Ifo (Kenya) Wad Sharifey (Sudan)
  Fugnido (Ethiopia)   
  Sherkole (Ethiopia)   
  Kanembwa (Kenya)   
  Nyabiheke (Rwanda)   
High (0.5-0.9%) Oruchinga (Uganda) Gihembe (Rwanda) Awbarre (Ethiopia) Girba (Sudan)
    Shagarab I II III (Sudan)
Very High (> 1%)   Kiryandongo (Uganda) Suki (Sudan) Abuda (Sudan)
   Ikafe (Uganda) Fau 5 (Sudan)
    Um Gargour (Sudan)
  1. Note: TFP enrollment categories for camps excluded from the SFP analysis were as follows: Low--Adjumani and Palorinya (Uganda); Medium--Kanembwa (Uganda); Very High--Ikafe (Uganda). SFP enrollment categories for camps excluded from the TFP analysis were as follows:Low--Mtabila II, Nduta, and Kanembwa (Tanzania); Khudunabari, Beldangi II Ext, Timai, and Goldhap (Nepal); Kyangwali and Madi Okollo (Uganda); Dimma (Ethiopia), and Kouankan II (Guinea); Medium--Beldangi I & II and Sanishare (Nepal); Amnaba, Gondje, Treguine, and Gaga (Chad), and Bonga (Ethiopia); High--Oure Cassoni (Chad); and Very High--Ali Adde (Djibouti) and Shimelba (Ethiopia).