South Sudan Humanitarian Response Plan 2022

Humanitarian response plan | Rev: 1.5 | published | Download the HRP document
People in need
3.5m
People targeted
0.9m
People cumulative reached
63.3k calendar_today
Requirements ($)
Current funding ($)
Coverage (%)

Cluster humanitarian profile

ID: CLPRO/BF5GP

Indicators overview

IndicatorUnitTarget
CO2HLP: Displaced populations, host communities, returnees, including women and persons with disabilities, have increased knowledge of and ability to exercise and enjoy housing, land and property (HLP) rights.
IN1HLP: # of people of concern to the PC reached through HLP awareness raising and outreach activitiesPeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point149,456
IN2HLP: # people of concern to the PC supported with legal counsellingPeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point54,967
IN3HLP: # of people of concern to the PC supported with legal aidPeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point21,479
IN4HLP: # of dispute resolution mechanisms strengthened or established. .MechanismsShow the disaggregated data for this data point25
IN5HLP: # of local authorities and relevant institution's staff trained on HLP, dispute resolution and ADRStaffShow the disaggregated data for this data point240
CO3GP: Ensure the provision of critical protection related assistance and specialized services through an integrated approach to address the priority needs of targeted people among vulnerable women, men, girls and boys in hard-to-reach and priority geographical areas.
IN1GP: # of women, men, girls and boys provided with individual, group, specialised PSS and other related general protection services (Psychosocial support and access to documentation)PeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point105,320
IN2GP: # of people of concern reached through peace building awareness raising activitiesPeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point99,861
IN3GP: # of people of concern trained on conflict resolution, mitigation, mediation and peace buildingPeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point2,497
CO4 GP: Implement protection assessment and monitoring to inform protection and overall humanitarian response.
IN1PC: # of protection monitoring reports produced and disseminated by the protection clusterReports10
CO5GP: Prevent and mitigate protection risks through enhanced preparedness and resilience
IN1GP: # of people of concern to the PC receiving protective cash-based assistance in connection with safe, dignified, and voluntary returnPeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point149,868
IN2GP: # of women, men, girls and boys reached through general protection awareness raising activitiesPeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point700,783
CO6GP: Enhance protection assessment and monitoring to inform protection and overall humanitarian response.
IN1GP: # of Pyams covered by protection monitoringReportsShow the disaggregated data for this data point770
IN2GP: # of women, men, girls and boys reached with protection concerns identified during static and IPMT and assistedPeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point6,779
CO7 CP: Vulnerable and at risk girls , boys, men and women including children with disabilities have improved access to quality lifesaving child protection
IN1CP: # of identified girls and boys, including adolescents, children with disabilities at risk who receive individual and specialized case management services that meets their unique needsIndividualsShow the disaggregated data for this data point11,500
IN2: # of unaccompanied and Separated girls and boys identified, documented, and receiving family tracing and reunification services (UASC)IndividualsShow the disaggregated data for this data point4,000
IN3: # of, girls and boys including children with disabilities provided with focused and non-focused MHPSS and other related servicesIndividualsShow the disaggregated data for this data point600,000
IN4: # of women and men who receive psychosocial support & participating in parenting sessionsIndividualsShow the disaggregated data for this data point155,000
CO8 CP: Reduce the suffering of boys , girls , women and men including children with disabilities who are at risk or experience violence , abuse ,exploitation and neglect including GBV through provision of specialized/lifesaving child protection and multi sectoral services
IN1: # of women, men, girls and boys including children with disabilities reached through awareness raising activitiesIndividualsShow the disaggregated data for this data point900,000
IN2: # of women and men trained on child protection in emergencies (CPiE) including case management, PSS, etc)IndividualsShow the disaggregated data for this data point5,000
CO9GBV: Reduce the suffering of GBV survivors including women, men, girls, boys and ability-challenged persons through the provision of multisectoral specialized GBV response services
IN1: # of women, men, boys and girls with protection concerns supported through case managementIndividualsShow the disaggregated data for this data point10,000
IN2: # of men, women, girls, and boys supported with cash-based Individual Protection Assistance as part of case managementIndividuals0
IN3: # of women, men, girls and boys provided with individual, group, specialized PSS and other related services (e.g. recreational activities,)IndividualsShow the disaggregated data for this data point200,000
IN4: # of women, men, girls and boys supported with legal servicesIndividualsShow the disaggregated data for this data point5,000
IN5: # of staff/frontline workers trained on GBV guiding principles and response services(Case mgt, PSS etc)IndividualsShow the disaggregated data for this data point636
IN6: # of women, men, girls and boys receiving services in safe houses/sheltersIndicatorsShow the disaggregated data for this data point400
IN7: # of women, men, girls, and boys referred for GBV response servicesIndividualsShow the disaggregated data for this data point25,000
CO11GBV: Vulnerable women,men, girls, and boys including ability-challenged persons have improved acces to the provision of GBV prevention and risk mitigation interventions Reduce the suffering of GBV survivors including women, men, girls, boys and ability-challenged persons through the provision of multisectoral specialized GBV response services
IN1: # of women and girls who accessed services in WGFSIndividualsShow the disaggregated data for this data point230,000
IN2: # of women, men, girls and boys reached through awareness-raising activities( GBV risks, available response services and timely reporting )IndividualsShow the disaggregated data for this data point560,030
IN3: # of women, men, girls and boys reached through GBV prevention initiatives (disaggregated by type e.g. SASA, EMAP, community care etc.)IndividualsShow the disaggregated data for this data point13,000
IN4: Number of women and adolescent girls who received dignity kits (disaggregated by age) as part of addressing differential needs and GBV risk mitigation measureIndividualsShow the disaggregated data for this data point90,000
IN5: # of women and girls trained and supported with Fuel Efficient Stoves as part of GBV risk mitigation measureIndividualsShow the disaggregated data for this data point2,000
IN6: # of women and girls supported with livelihoods supportIndividualsShow the disaggregated data for this data point3,000
CO17GBV: Prevent and mitigate GBV risks through enhanced preparedness and resilience
IN1: # of community mobilisers trained/strengthened on GBV risk mitigation, preparedness and early warningIndividualsShow the disaggregated data for this data point1,500
CO22MA: Reduce the vulnerability of women, men, girls and boys at increased risk of mortality and morbidity and protection incidents/threats in priority areas through protection monitoring, advocacy, awareness-raising and prevention and response services
IN1: Number of women, men, girls, boys, persons with disability and older persons provided with specialized protection and multi-sectoral services (health, safety, psychosocial, legal, child protection, GBV, mine action services, security, livelihood, education, etc.)IndividualsShow the disaggregated data for this data point221,449
IN2: Persons living or returning to areas with explosive ordinance contaminationIndividualsShow the disaggregated data for this data point221,449
IN3: Number of people of concern who received EOREIndividualsShow the disaggregated data for this data point221,449

Organizations overview

OrganizationProjectsProtection
ACT Alliance / DanChurchAid1Protection
ACT Alliance / Norwegian Church Aid1Protection
Action Against Hunger1Protection
Active Youth Agency2Protection
Adventist Development and Relief Agency1Protection
Africa Development Aid1Protection
Alliance For Action Aid1Protection
American Refugee Committee (Alight)1Protection
Associazione Volontari per il Servizio Internazionale1Protection
CARE International1Protection
Catholic Agency for Overseas Development1Protection
Catholic Medical Missons Board1Protection
Coalition for Humanity South Sudan1Protection
Community Action Organization3Protection
Community Initiative for Development Organization3Protection
Community in Need Aid5Protection
Confident Children out of Conflict1Protection
Danish Refugee Council2Protection
Dialogue and Research Institute1Protection
Girl Child Africa Foundation1Protection
Grassroot Empowerment and Development Organization1Protection
Greater Upper Nile Organization1Protection
Handicap International - Humanity & Inclusion1Protection
Health Action Africa (South Sudan)1Protection
Health Link South Sudan1Protection
Hold the Child Organisation1Protection
Hope Restoration South Sudan2Protection
Humane Aid for Community Organization1Protection
Institute for Promotion of Civil Society1Protection
International Medical Corps UK1Protection
International Organization for Migration1Protection
International Rescue Committee3Protection
INTERSOS Humanitarian Aid Organization2Protection | Education
Lulu Care - South Sudan1Protection
Mercy Corps1Education | Protection
Mines Advisory Group1Protection
Mobile Humanitarian Agency1Protection
Mobile Theatre Team2Protection
Narrative Hub2Protection
National Relief and Development Corps1Protection
Nonviolent Peaceforce1Protection
Norwegian Refugee Council1Protection
Operation Save Innocent Lives - Partners in Relief and Development1Protection
Oxfam GB1Protection
Plan International2Protection
Polish Humanitarian Action1Protection
Relief Agency2Protection
Relief International1Protection
Salvation and Light Development Action1Protection
Save the Children1Protection
Smile Again Africa Development Organization1Protection
Sudan Evangelical Mission1Protection
Support for Peace and Education Development Program1Protection
Support the Empowerment of Women and their Rights for Development1Protection
The Israel Forum for International Humanitarian Aid1Protection
Titi Foundation2Protection
Touch Africa Development Organization1Protection
United Nations Children's Fund1Protection
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees2Protection
United Nations Mine Action Service1Protection
United Nations Population Fund1Protection
Universal Intervention and Development Organization1Protection
Universal Network for Child Defence Rights2Protection
Universal Network for Knowledge and Empowerment Agency1Protection
Voice of the Peace1Protection
Vétérinaires Sans Frontières - Suisse1Protection
War Child Holland1Protection
Women Advancement Organization1Protection
Women Aid Vision1Protection
World Vision International1Protection