Today, we participated in settlement coordination meeting headed by government (Office of Priminster-OPM) as the controller of service delivery and security for refugee operations. The pertinent issues included; OPM cautioned RLOs from mobilizing resources from the country of origin especially South Sudan to implement activities in the camp for reasons best known by their office. Education reported red eye disease as increasing threat to the learning of children with cases increasing weekly at high rate, Low reporting attendance of learners for term II and two secondary schools within the settlement now have examination centers for candidates to sit examinations. WASH reported continuous vandalism of water solar systems and pipes affecting water supply, inadequate water storage facilities for PoCs. Livelihood and food reported limited arable land for cultivation for refugees, the current food ratio is not enough to take refugee households for 30 days and urged for more livelihood support to supplement the food ratio. Health reported that on monthly basis, Imvepi is registering an increase in new TB disease cases. Protection reported about refugees participating in gold mining activities where there are fears of exploitation. #actions#OPM#partners to address some of the issues.