South Sudan


Humanitarian Compendium

Total Requested:
$76,852,720
Total Funded:
$0
Percentage Funded:
0%

The humanitarian crisis in South Sudan has deepened and spread: more than 1.8 million people are internally displaced and over 1 million have become refugees. Over 200,000 people have sought shelter in United Nations Protection of Civilian sites. Civilians continue to be targeted, killed, abducted and raped. Vast swathes of land are littered with explosive hazards, restricting freedom of movement, delivery of humanitarian aid and access to services. Approximately 150 explosive hazards are discovered each month. Hunger has taken an alarming hold in previously stable areas. Malnutrition rates exceed the emergency threshold in seven out of ten states and are nearly, and more than, double the emergency threshold in two states. In 2017, food security in South Sudan is likely to deteriorate to unprecedented levels, with thousands of people at risk of famine in conflict-affected areas where markets have failed. A weakened population is increasingly susceptible to malaria, cholera, measles and kala-azar. The children of the world’s youngest nation are exposed to immense risk, with nearly one third of schools damaged, destroyed, occupied or closed. Despite a dangerous and difficult operating environment humanitarian partners reached more than 4.2 million people with humanitarian assistance in 2016. Global attention and funding are required in 2017 to scale up response in Greater Equatoria and Bahr El Ghazal, where needs have dramatically increased, and for prepositioning stocks in the dry season. Humanitarian partners will rigorously prioritize response efforts in 2017 and will work consistently to reach those cut off from adequate assistance.

IOM is part of the Humanitarian Response Plan: South Sudan 2017, and will respond to the increasing needs and vulnerabilities of IDPs, returnees, host communities, and affected populations with emergency and lifesaving assistance, as identified through needs assessments and the Displacement Tracking Matrix. IOM will provide support in the following sectors: WASH, logistics, health, shelter and non-food items, camp coordination and camp management, and coordination and common services. IOM will also continue supporting transition and recovery mechanisms in more stable parts of South Sudan.

Contact Information:   Donor Relations Division Tel: +41.22.717.9111  
Achievements
Total Requested:
$76,852,720
Total Funded:
$0
Percentage Funded:
0%

Coordination and Common Services

  • Provision of information and logistical services to support the humanitarian response to people in need
    Amount Requested: USD 4,370,000 Amount Received: USD 0
    Objective:
    Support humanitarian responders to make information-based decisions and provide assistance to people in need. 
    Beneficiaries:
    630,239 IDPs (547,805) and host communities (82,434), including 352,934 women and 277,305 men, of whom 384,446 children and 18,907 eldery

Camp Coordination and Camp Management

  • Provision of Camp Coordination and Camp Management services to displaced populations in South Sudan
    Amount Requested: USD 12,630,000 Amount Received: USD 0
    Objective:
    Improve living standards, strengthen accountable service delivery and support information-based decision-making for IDPs and humanitarian responders in camps and camp-like settings.
    Beneficiaries:
    630,239 IDPs (547,805) and host communities (82,434), including 352,934 women and 277,305 men, of whom 384,446 children and 18,907 eldery

Shelter and Non-food items

  • Provision of coordination services and emergency Shelter/NFI assistance to people in need in South Sudan
    Amount Requested: USD 1,657,500 Amount Received: USD 0
    Objective:
    Support Cluster partners and contribute to the effective implementation of targeted shelter and NFI response through continued coordination of the Cluster and provide flexible, rapid response to meet the acute needs of conflict-affected people in South Sudan.
    Beneficiaries:
    170,000 IDPs (136,680), returnees (27,030), and host communities (6,290), including 88,400 women and 81,600 men, of whom 81,600 children and 3,400 elderly
  • Provision of shelter materials and NFI to people in need in South Sudan (Pipeline)
    Amount Requested: USD 20,058,200 Amount Received: USD 0
    Objective:
    Efficient procurement, transportation, prepositioning and storage of shelter material and NFI to ensure swift delivery to those in need. 
    Beneficiaries:
    945,000 IDPs (759,945), returnees (150,000) and host communities (35,055), including 491,400 women and 453,600 men, of whom 453,600 children and 472,500 elderly
  • Resilient Shelter and NFI Solutions for Conflict and Disaster Affected in South Sudan
    Amount Requested: USD 1,143,750 Amount Received: USD 0
    Objective:
    Contribute towards the strengthening of community coping mechanisms and cohesion of vulnerable and at-risk communities through the provision of more sustainable and cost-effective non-food items and emergency shelter interventions. 
    Beneficiaries:
    50,000 IDPs (25,000), returnees (6,250) and affected individuals (18,750), including 26,000 women and 24,000 men, of whom 24,000 children and 1,000 elderly

Health

  • Sustaining Life saving Primary Health Care Services and Provision of Rapid Response and Psychosocial Support for Vulnerable IDPs, Returnees and Affected Host Communities in Unity, Upper Nile and Western Bahr el Ghazal, and other sites across South Sudan
    Amount Requested: USD 14,124,800 Amount Received: USD 0
    Objective:
    Contribute to the reduction of avoidable morality and morbidity through the provision of life-saving, rapid response primary health care services, TB and HIV diagnosis and treatment, as well as strengthening access to mental health and psychological support services (PSS) for vulnerable IDPs, returnees and conflict-affected host communities. 
    Beneficiaries:
    307,060 IDPs (245,648) and host communities (61,412), including 156,600 women and 150,460 men, of whom 190,377 children and 6,141 elderly

Water,Sanitatin and Hygiene

  • WASH Emergency Preparedness and Response (EPnR) Operations to assists IDPs and vulnerable communities affected by conflict, flood, disease outbreaks and acute malnutrition
    Amount Requested: USD 1,650,000 Amount Received: USD 0
    Objective:
    Deliver and enhance the immediate WASH emergency relief assistance through the deployment of mobile teams to areas where vulnerable populations affected by conflict, floods, disease outbreaks and acute malnutrition.
    Beneficiaries:
    107,259 beneficiaries, including 60,423 women and 46,836 men, of whom 66,858 children and 2,145 elderly
  • Procurement and management of core pipeline WASH emergency supplies to support the enhancement of the WASH sector’s preparedness and response in South Sudan.
    Amount Requested: USD 7,500,000 Amount Received: USD 0
    Objective:
    Bolster the WASH cluster’s capacity to respond to emerging humanitarian response in locations with greatest needs through the management of a portion of the WASH core pipeline. 
    Beneficiaries:
    234,283 beneficiaries, including 151,714 women and 82,569 men, of whom 162,320 children and 2,261 elderly
  • Provision of emergency WASH assistance for affected populations in South Sudan
    Amount Requested: USD 8,550,000 Amount Received: USD 0
    Objective:
    Provide emergency water and sanitation, and promote good hygiene among underserved and vulnerable populations affected by conflict, floods, disease outbreaks and acute malnutrition in South Sudan.
    Beneficiaries:
    213,000 IDPs (122,159) and host communities (90,841), including 119,280 women and 93,720 men, of whom 128,053 children and 5,582 elderly

Logistics

  • Provision of Common Logistics Services for Humanitarians in the Republic of South Sudan
    Amount Requested: USD 5,168,470 Amount Received: USD 0
    Objective:
    This project falls in line with Cluster Objectives, which are to provide logistics, cargo, and passenger air services to the humanitarian community to address the needs of the affected population. Specifically, this project will support 80 agencies benefiting from the Common Transport System in Malakal, Bentiu, Wau and other key operational locations and strategies (movement of cargo and warehousing).
    Beneficiaries:
    80 Humanitarian/UN Agencies
Total Requested:
$76,852,720
Total Funded:
$0
Percentage Funded:
0%
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