Community and Household Surveillance monitoring system (CHS) is a recognized and a credible outcomes and food security monitoring tool. The primary objective of CHS is to determine the impact of food assistance on targeted households and to monitor food insecurity and livelihood trends of vulnerable groups. The first two rounds of CHS took place in December 2008 and May 2010 respectively. This is the third round, which took place in June 2011 and covered only Nyarugusu camp as other camps are already closed. A total of 343 household interviews were conducted.