Sudan 2019

Humanitarian response plan | Rev: 1.5

Contact

Julie Pharand
jpharand@unicef.org
unicef
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
People to receive aid
2.3m
Projects
46
Requirements ($)
Coverage (%)
Unmet ($)

Humanitarian profile

ID: CL13/BF1

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

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

Contributes tocheck_circleOutput 2
IndicatorUnitTargetMeasure
IN1: % of emergency affected people living in and out of camps have (safe) access to 7.5 liters of drinking water per day (disagregated by sex)People5,4490calendar_today
IN2: % of emergency affected people living in and out of camp have access to (safe- lockable, with lights) temporary sanitation facilities to a ratio of 50 persons per latrine (latrines should be disagregated by gender)People5,4490calendar_today
IN3: % of emergency affected people living in and out of camps have increased (gender senstive) hygiene awareness through hygiene sensitisation campaign (disagregated by sex)People5,4490calendar_today