Humanitarian response plan | Rev: 1.0
1Safeguard physical and mental well-being of 1.65 million conflict-affected people with acute needs by providing services to meet basic needs.
2Address critical problems related to living standards by expanding access to basic services for 1.54 million conflict-affected people with acute needs.
3Support 689,000 conflict-affected people in acute need who remain displaced to move toward economic independence and durable solutions by strengthening their resilience
4Respond to key protection needs of affected communities in support of the transition to durable solutions in accordance with all applicable legal and policy frameworks
Humanitarian profile by cluster
|Cluster||People in need||Targeted %||Targeted|
|Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCM)||900,000|
|Coordination and Common Services||Pending|
|Multi-Purpose Cash Assistance||2,900,000|
|Protection, Mine Action and Housing, Land and Property||4,500,000|
|Protection: Child Protection||Pending|
|Protection: Gender Based Violence (GBV)||Pending|
|Shelter and Non-Food Items||2,400,000|
|Water, Sanitation and Hygiene||2,300,000|