Through a settlement-based approach, the project provided shelter repair support to affected households, as well as rehabilitation of community infrastructure, vocational training and livelihood assistance. The shelter component targeted 900 households with damaged houses in return areas, using a combination of in-kind distribution and cash grants. An individual scope of work was developed for each damaged house and technical supervision was provided during the rehabilitation, undertaken by the families themselves. The cash distribution was challenging due to high security risks and limited financial service providers.