Restriction of movement: 54% of KIs reported that, all groups in the community are equally affected by restriction of movement but about a quarter of them singled out adolescent girls, adult women, and men being impacted the most. Fear of death or injury, flood or natural disasters, fear of GBV/sexual violence, and fear of kidnapping are the most common reasons affecting people’s mobility. Movement restrictions also increased the protection risks of vulnerable groups within the community. KIs have reported that restriction of movement has negatively impacted the communities, leading to a lack of income, lack of access to life-saving activities, and a lack of quality education. KIs reported that the main reasons for the movement is people moving out of their communities to seek better social economic opportunities and access to services.