Boma Administrator in Gogrial West say 920 households are in dire need of basic commodities in Warrap state
The rainwater which started early this month has caused major flooding in the village and displaced thousands of residents at Agal in Gogrial West county.
James Agoth Awar is the Boma administrator for Agal village in Gogrial West. He says the two need assessments have been conducted and nine hundred and 20 households were registered.
Agoth said the county commissioner had also visited the area to assess the situation on the ground with several NGOs such as the World Vision.
He said up to now it is going almost a month since those people were displaced and aid agencies are yet to act, and the situation is worsening daily.
He said the people are staying under trees, and there is an urgent need of food, shelter, and medicines.
Some of the those affected spokes to Mayardit FM, and they described the conditions they are in and many said to have lost all their belonging, most of their properties destroyed, including crops which they had planted.
Nyanut Athoui, one of the residents at Agal village says, she is surviving on the firewood which she collects and sell in the market to buy few cups of maize floor to feed her children.
Alim Chol a mother of 7 children a family of nine members said that the flood has destroyed her farm.
She said that they are not hoping for new harvest, because their maize, sorghum and sesame are all destroyed by water.
The director of the state relief and rehabilitation commission (RRC) in Warrap, Gabriel Anyar says his office is engaging with aid agencies on emergency response to help those affected.
He said they have formed committees based on clusters, so that each cluster will be able addressed the needs such as food cluster, health cluster and others.
Anyar said he is hoping the agencies will respond this week on how they will help those affected by the flood.