Sudan 2019

Humanitarian response plan | Rev: 1.5

Contact

Riad Marrow
rmarrow@iom.int
IOM
Osama Tageldin
osama.tageldin@undp.org
UNDP
Recovery, Returns and Reintegration
People to receive aid
324.3k
Projects
12
Requirements ($)
Coverage (%)
Unmet ($)

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

    Vulnerable residents in targeted areas have improved nutrition status and increased resilience

Indicator overview

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

Contributes tocheck_circleOutput 3 check_circleOutput 4 check_circleOutput 5
IndicatorUnitTargetMeasure
IN1: # of targeted communities benefitting from (Inclusive) reconciliation efforts undertakenCommunities250calendar_today
IN2: # of functional (gender inclusive) community-based protection networks/structures identifiedCommitees250calendar_today
IN3: # of functional (gender inclusve) community based protection networks/structures createdStructures250calendar_today
IN4: # of functional ( gender inclusve) community-based protection networks/structures supported in return areasStructures250calendar_today
IN5: # of vulnerable returnee households benefiting from construction of transitional shelters in priortised return areas.(disaggregated by sex)Households8,0000calendar_today
IN6: # of targeted returnees with improved access to basic services, facilities and/or communal assets in priortised return areas.(disagregated by sex)Returnees500calendar_today
IN7: # of services/facilities and/or communal assets which are properly managed at community or local authority level in priortised return areas ( management structure should be inclusive of both men and women)Services500calendar_today
IN8: # of returnee households whose livelihood assets have been improved. (through supporting existing coping strategies and with support in livestock inputs/services, trainings, and kits)Households350calendar_today
IN9: # of targeted communities in prioritised return areas with rehabilitated or developed community assets (that are targeting both men and women)Communities250calendar_today