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Table 2 Number of staff trained and CBS implementation in IDP camps by district in Yemen, 2020

From: Community-based surveillance in internally displaced people’s camps and urban settings during a complex emergency in Yemen in 2020

District Population in IDP camps Number of IDP camps Number of IDP householdsa Number of IDP households in Campsb Average number of households per camp Number of volunteers trainedc Number of ICHVs trained Number of volunteers who submitted at least one reportd Status of CBSe
  Taizz Governorate
Ash-Shamayatayn 182 7 45 26 4 18 6 2 Activated
Al Ma’afer 119 6 66 17 3 6 5 3 Activated
Other Districts 490 12 1505 70 6 42 12 0 Not Activated
  Abyan Governorate
Zingibar 210 2 139 30 15 2 2 1 Activated
Khanfir 406 5 86 58 12 5 5 2 Activated
Other Districts 119 4 702 17 4 11 11 0 Not Activated
  Lahj Governorate
Tuban 84 5 23 12 2 5 4 3 Activated
Al Hawtah 105 2 15 15 8 3 2 2 Activated
Other Districts 140 0 795 20 0 11 0 0 Not Activated
  Aden Governorate
Craiter 700 5 114 100 20 12 7 5 Activated
Other Districts 28 2 131 4 2 15 5 0 Not Activated
  1. IDP internally displaced persons, CBS community-based surveillance, ICHV IDP camp community health volunteer
  2. aIncludes households outside of IDP camps, mixed with general communities, such as in private houses, host family houses, or second homes. Each household had an average of 7 people
  3. bincludes tents, public, and private buildings
  4. cThe training also targeted volunteers to cover IDPs in the host communities and refugees, although they did not submit any report and CBS was not activated in those areas
  5. dOnly ICHVs submitted reports, and not reports were submitted by the volunteers that were supposed to cover the IDPs in the host communities and refugees
  6. eDespite the trainings targeting all the districts from the 4 governorates, only the 2 districts with a higher number of households were selected to activate CBS