South Sudan Humanitarian Response Plan 2022

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People in need
2.4m
People targeted
1.5m
People cumulative reached
189.4k calendar_today
Requirements ($)
Current funding ($)
Coverage (%)

Cluster humanitarian profile

ID: CLSHL/BF1

Indicators overview

IndicatorUnitTarget
CO1: Percentage of the targeted population able to access shelter material and non-food items in situations of emergency and transition -- New displacement
IN1: # of people reached with in-kind standard emergency shelterPeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point31,800
IN2: # of people reached with in kind light emergency shelterPeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point42,526
IN3: # of people reached with in-kind standard lifesaving NFIsPeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point61,100
IN4: # of people reached with in kind light NFI kitsPeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point71,200
IN5: # of people reached with flood kitsPeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point526,400
IN6: # of people reached with individuals Shelter/NFI itemsPeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point32,800
CO2: Percentage of the targeted population able to access shelter material and non-food items in situations of emergency and transition -- Protracted displacements
IN1: # of people reached with essential emergency shelter upgradesPeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point273,100
IN2: # of people reached with essential NFI replacementsPeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point153,150
IN3: # of people reached with cash and voucher for essential emergency shelter upgradesPeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point94,800
IN4: # of people reached with cash and voucher for essential NFI replacementsPeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point56,700
IN5: # of people reached with individuals Shelter/NFI itemsPeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point54,200
IN6: # of Partners trained on CVA programmingPartners30
CO3: Enhance community dignity and engagement in the provision of S/NFI services
IN1: % of beneficiaries who have access to safe, child and gender sensitive complaint, feedback and reporting channels in humanitarian response sites for reporting sensitive issues and concerns in aid delivery and misconduct by aid workers disaggregated by age, sex and diversityPercentage80
IN2: % of beneficiaries (disaggregated by age, sex and ability) who report they have access to complaints and feedback mechanismsPercentage90
IN3: % of beneficiaries (disaggregated by age, sex and ability) who feel their opinions are taken into account in decision-making by humanitarians prior to the interventionsPercentage60
IN4: % of cases received in a Complaints Feedback Mechanism that have been “considered as resolved.”Percentage80
IN5: % of national and local organizations and community members involved in decision-making mechanismsPercentage70
IN6: % of affected population served with S/NFI items reporting that assistance is delivered in a safe, accessible, and participatory mannerPercentage80
IN7: % of distributions followed with rapid monitoringPercentage80
IN8: # of partners trained on cluster response methodologyPartners30
IN8: # of partners trained on cluster response methodologyPartners30
CO4: Community members’ exposure to environmental hazards is reduced through the construction of disaster-resistant structures
IN1: # of people reached with in-kind shelter (reconstruction and rehabilitation)PeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point14,400
IN2: # of people reached with CVA for shelter (reconstruction and rehabilitation)PeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point12,300
IN3: # of people supported with transitional sheltersPeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point5,400
IN4: # of community members reached through awareness sessions on disaster risk reductionPeople25,000
IN5: # of Disaster Management Committees and Climate Change Adaptation Plans developedPlans40
IN6: # of Partners trained on HLP (Due diligence, and access rights and challenges)Partners30

Organizations overview

OrganizationProjectsShelter and Non-Food Items
ACT Alliance / Norwegian Church Aid1Shelter and Non-Food Items
Africa Development Aid1Shelter and Non-Food Items
Agency for Technical Cooperation and Development1Shelter and Non-Food Items
Care for Children and Old Age in South Sudan1Shelter and Non-Food Items
Coalition for Humanity South Sudan1Shelter and Non-Food Items
Community Initiative for Development Organization1Shelter and Non-Food Items
Concern Worldwide1Shelter and Non-Food Items
Danish Refugee Council1Shelter and Non-Food Items
Hope Restoration South Sudan1Shelter and Non-Food Items
Humanitarian and Development Consortium1Shelter and Non-Food Items
International Organization for Migration2Shelter and Non-Food Items
MEDAIR1Shelter and Non-Food Items
Norwegian Refugee Council1Shelter and Non-Food Items
Polish Humanitarian Action1Shelter and Non-Food Items
Reach Africa Organization1Shelter and Non-Food Items
Save a Life International1Shelter and Non-Food Items
Support for Peace and Education Development Program1Shelter and Non-Food Items
Titi Foundation1Shelter and Non-Food Items
Touch Africa Development Organization1Shelter and Non-Food Items
Trust Guarantee Community Development Aid1Shelter and Non-Food Items
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees1Shelter and Non-Food Items
World Vision International1Shelter and Non-Food Items
Youth Empowerment and Development Aid1Shelter and Non-Food Items