Sudan 2019

Humanitarian response plan | Rev: 1.5

Contact

Miranda Gaanderse
gaanders@unhcr.org
UNHCR
Refugee Response
People to receive aid
0.9m
Projects
35
Requirements ($)
Coverage (%)
Unmet ($)

Humanitarian profile

ID: CL11/BF2

Sector Plans

  • 1

    Populations in areas affected by natural or man-made disaster receive timely assistance during and in the aftermath of a shock
  • 2

    Displaced populations, refugees, returnees and host communities meet their basic needs and/or access basic services while increasing their self-reliance
  • 3

    Malnourished children, pregnant and lactating women (PLW) and other vulnerable groups have access to nutrition services

Indicator overview

Populations in areas affected by natural or man-made disaster receive timely assistance during and in the aftermath of a shock

Contributes tocheck_circleOutput 1 check_circleOutput 2 check_circleOutput 9
IndicatorUnitTargetMeasure
IN1: # of refugees receiving food aid (in kind)- (disagregated by sex)People491,8560calendar_today
IN2: # of (male and female headed) refugee households receiving emergency shelter assistanceHouseholds123,5870calendar_today
IN3: # of (male and female headed) refugee households who received non-food itemsHouseholds174,9270calendar_today
IN4: # of refugees individually registered (disagregated by sex)Individuals449,4860calendar_today
IN5: # of UASC receiving appropriate interim or long term alternative care (disagregated by sex)Children17,7650calendar_today
IN6: # of refugees reached through protection interventions at detention centres and border entry points (disagregated by sex)People50,0000calendar_today
IN7: # of new admissions to supplementary feeding programmes (disagregated by sex)Children16,6830calendar_today
IN8: % and # of children and PLW provided with micronutrients (disagregated by sex)Children35,1400calendar_today
IN9: # of litres of water per refugee per day (l/p/d)Units150calendar_today
IN10: # of refugees per latrinePeople200calendar_today