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Population Data
Shelter & Site Planning
Sanitation & Water Supply

Water

Site wide non-food items
Health Services

Persons Family Size Families (Households) Men Women Women pregnant Women breast feeding Children under 2 Children under 5 Children under 15 Children under 19 Persons older than 60 Persons with HIV/AIDS Female headed households Child headed households

10000 5 2000 4900 5100

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

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Shelter & Site Planning

Name Shelter Space per person, low Shelter Space per person, high

Required Quantity 35000 55000

Unit sq. meters

Notes 3.5 to 5.5 sq m per person 3.5 to 5.5 sq m per person Temporary planned or self-settled camps are based on a minimumsurface area of 45 sq m for each person

Minimum Surface Area per site

10000

Water tap

50

each

1 per 200 persons sited not farther than 100 m from user accommodations 1 latrine seat per 20 people sited not farther than 50 m from user accommodations and not nearer than 6 m. 1 per family sited not farther than 50 m from user accommodations and not nearer 1 per camp of 20,000 persons 1 per camp of 20,000 persons 1 per camp of 200,000 persons 1 per 5000 (per community) 1 per camp of 20,000 persons 1 communal refuse pit (2 m x 5 m x 2 m) per 500 people

Latrine minimum

500

each

Latrine ideal Health Center Commodity Distribution Center Hospital School Market Communal Refuse Pit Refuse Bin

2000 1 1 1 2 1 20 200 each each each each each each

1 x 100 liter refuse bin per 50 people

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Name

Quantity per site

calculation base

Unit

Soap

10,000

person

200 g bar

Toilets

500

person

each

Sanitarian Sanitation Assistants

2 20

person person

each each

Water Collecting Vessels

4,000

household

each

Water Storage Vessels

2,000

household

each

Water Point

40

person

each

Washing Basin

100

person

each

Refuse Container

2,000

person

100 litre container

Communal Refuse Pit

20

users

each

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20

person

each

toilets market area stalls, short term market area stalls, short term feeding centre adults 1 feeding centre children 1 1 arketstall market stall adult in feeding centres each each each

children in feeding centres 1 person 1 1 1 girl pupil boy pupil

each

persons in reception and transit centers girls in school boys in school

each

office staff hospital centre, outpatients

1 1

office staff outpatient

each each

hospital center, beds 1 Total Cost

hospital bed (inpatient)

each

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Unit Cost Total Cost ($) ($)

per month 1 per 20 people Communal toilets: for a displaced population where there are no existing toilets, it is not always possible to provide one toilet per 0 people immediately. In such cases, a figure of 50 people per toilet can be used, decreasing to 20 as soon as possible, and changing the sharing arrangements accordingly. one sanitarian for every 5,000 persons one sanitarian for every 500 persons Each household has access to two 10- to 20-litre water collection vessels with a lid or cap (20-litre jerry can with a screw cap or 10litre bucket with lid), plus additional water or food storage vessel always available should have narrow neck or cover each household should have access to at least one water storage containers, depends on size of household and consistency of water supply should have narrow neck or cover 1 per 250 people The maximum distance from any household to the nearest water point is 500 metres 1 per 100 people Where community laundry facilities are necessary need private area for women to wash undergarments and sanitary cloths At least one 100-litre refuse container is available per 10 families, where domestic refuse is not buried on-site. Needed where domestic refuse is not buried on-site 1 per 500 people 2m x 5m x 2m

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0.00

0.00

1 toilet to 20 stalls short term 1 toilet to 50 stalls long term 1 toilet to 10 children

0.00 0.00 0.00

0.00 0.00 0.00

1 toilet to 20 adults

0.00

0.00

1 toilet per 50 people 1 toilet to 30 girls 1 toilet to 60 boys 1 toilet to 20 staff 1 toilet to 20 out-patients

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

1 toilet to 10 beds

0.00

0.00

15,000.00

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Item Required

Required

per

notes Kitchen kit comprises of 1x7 ltr pot; 1x5 ltr pot; 5 plates, 5 cups, 5 eating spoons; 2 cooking ladels; 1 cooking knife

Qty

Unit Cost Total Cost Low ($) ($) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

Kitchen Kit** Blankets (150cms x 200 cm) Kerosene Lantern Jerry Cans – 20 ltr Plastic Sheeting – 4m x 5m

1 1 1 1 1

household person household household household

2,000 0.00 10,000 0.00 2,000 0.00 2,000 0.00 2,000 0.00

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Average water use for drinking, cooking and personal hygiene in any household is at least 15 litres per person per day Quantity Required low high unit Monthly Totals kl low high Notes

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drinking

25,000

30,000

litres

750

Survival needs: water intake (drinking and food) 2.5900 3 litres per day, Depends on: the climate and individual physiology Basic hygiene practices, 2-6 litres per day, Depends on: social and cultural norms

washing

20,000

60,000

litres

600

1,800

cooking

30,000

60,000

litres

900

1,800

Basic cooking needs, 3-6 litres per day, Depends on: food type, social as well as cultural norms

Inpatients Outpatients small and medium animals medium animals cholera center patients
cholera center carers Therapeutic Centre patients Therapeutic Centre carers Mosques public toilets Total Water Required Water Purification packets - drinking Water Purification packets - washing Water Purification packets - cooking Total -Water Purification packets 40

400 50 50 200 600

400 600 50 300 600

litres litres litres litres litres

12 2 2 6 18

40-60 litres/in-patient/day, Additional quantities may be needed for laundry equipment, flushing toilets, etc. 18 5 litres/out-patient 12 2 9 18 5 litres/small animal/day 20-30 litres/large or medium animal/day 60 litres/patient/day

150 300 150 20 30 77 0 2000 3000 5000 40

150 300 150 50 100 153

litres litres litres litres litres kilolitres sachet 4 g sachet 4 g sachet 4 g sachet 4 g each

5 9 5 1 1 2,309 60 90 150 1

5 9 5 2 3 4,581 1

15 litres/carer/day 30 litres/in-patient/day 15 litres/carer/day 2-5 litres/person/day for washing and drinking 1-2 litres/user/day for hand washing, 2-8 litres/cubicle/day for toilet cleaning

PUR - 4 g packets (sachet) 1 packet for 10 litres of water PUR - 4 g packets (sachet) 1 packet for 10 litres of water

water tap

250 people per tap based on a flow of 7.5 litres/minute 500 people per handpump based on a flow of 16.6 l/m

water source, handpump

20

20

each

1

1

water source, single-user open well

25

25

each

1

1

400 people per single-user open well based on a flow of 12.5 l/m.

Health Services
Position Community level (per 100 - 2000 persons) New Emergency Health Kits Home Visitor Supervisor Traditional Birth Attendant Peripheral health facility level (per 10,000 persons) Community Health Worker - low value Public Health Nurse Doctor - low minimum value Doctor - high minimum value Traditional Birth Attendants - low minimum value Traditional Birth Attendants - high minimum value Clinical Nurses Midwives 1 1 1 1 3 10 3 1 10 1 2 Quantity

Sources: The SPHERE Project: Humanitarian Charter and Minimum Standards in Disaster Relief (2000) The SPHERE Project: Humanitarian Charter and Minimum Standards in Disaster Relief (2000) UNHCR Handbook for Emergencies Second Edition UNHCR Handy Guide to UNCHR Emergency Standards and Indicators (2000)

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1 per 10,000 1 per 1,000 1 per 10,000 2 per 10,000

10 - 20 per 10,000 to 20,000 1 per 10,000 1 per 10,000 to 20,000 1 per 10,000 to 20,000 6 to 10 per 10,000 to 20,000 6 to 10 per 10,000 to 20,000 3 - 4 per 10,000 to 20,000

mum Standards in Disaster Relief (2000) mum Standards in Disaster Relief (2000) ncies Second Edition Standards and Indicators (2000)


				
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