REACH’s first ever deployment was in support of the humanitarian response to the 2010 violence in southern Kyrgyzstan. In the immediate aftermath of the crisis, REACH worked to support the humanitarian clusters and UNOCHA in assessment and information management, playing a key role in humanitarian planning and coordination. Together with the Shelter Cluster, REACH facilitated an interagency assessment enabling the identification of damaged houses and the profiling of affected households. Similar assessments were conducted with the Protection and Early Recovery Clusters.

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