Syria Humanitarian Response Plan 2019

Humanitarian response plan | Rev: 2.4
Strategic Objective 1
Provide humanitarian life-saving and life-sustaining assistance to the most vulnerable people with emphasis on those in areas with high severity of needs.

Inter-sector outcomes

  • 1

    Life-threatening humanitarian needs of people living in areas of high severity of need are addressed
  • 2

    Vulnerable IDPs, particularly in last resort sites and open space areas receive multi-sectoral assistance
  • 3

    Palestine refugees receive multisectoral assistance and key protection services.
  • 4

    Life-threatening priority needs identified by the community are met.
  • 10

    The Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) by humanitarian actors is strengthened across response hubs

Intersector outcome indicators

IndicatorUnitIn needTargetTargeted (%)Measure
IO1: Life-threatening humanitarian needs of people living in areas of high severity of need are addressed
IN1: % of people reached monthly in areas of high severity of need (severity 3 to 6)Percentage5,000,0001000.0%
 
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IO2: Vulnerable IDPs, particularly in last resort sites and open space areas receive multi-sectoral assistance
IN1: # of IDPs in camps, temporary sites, collective shelters receiving multi-sectoral assistanceNumbers871,150761,15087.4%
 
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IO3: Palestine refugees receive multisectoral assistance and key protection services.
IN1: # of Palestine refugees receiving multi-sectorial assistanceNumbers422,75000.0%
 
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IO4: Life-threatening priority needs identified by the community are met.
IN1: % of community satisfied with assistancePercentage8,200,000500.0%
 
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IO10: The Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) by humanitarian actors is strengthened across response hubs
IN1: # of PSEA network member humanitarian organizations that are actively participating in PSEA mechanismsNumbers0130N/A
 
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