Wau POCAA Rapid Intentions Survey Report | 28 April 2017

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Wau POCAA Rapid Intentions Survey Report | 28 April 2017

DTM, May 2017
As a result of insecurity around the end of March and April 2017, an influx of nearly 17,000 IDPs entered the Wau POCAA around mid-April, increasing the total population size of the POCAA by 55%. From 25-27 April, IOM and WFP conducted a joint paper registration of new arrivals which resulted in the registration of 13,915 new arrivals (this figure does not include those IDPs previously biometrically registered from other collective centers). On 28 April 2017, the DTM team conducted a rapid survey targeting only the new arrivals in the Wau POCAA to understand the intentions of the new arrivals.
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As a result of insecurity around the end of March and April 2017, an influx of nearly 17,000 IDPs entered the Wau POCAA around mid-April, increasing the total population size of the POCAA by 55%. From 25-27 April, IOM and WFP conducted a joint paper registration of new arrivals which resulted in the registration of 13,915 new arrivals (this figure does not include those IDPs previously biometrically registered from other collective centers). On 28 April 2017, the DTM team conducted a rapid survey targeting only the new arrivals in the Wau POCAA to understand the intentions of the new arrivals.