DPR Korea Needs and Priorities 2020

Other | Rev: 2.1
Nursery, South Hamgyong province, DPR Korea, October 2017. Photo: WFP/Sven Thelin
People in need
10.8m
People targeted
5.5m
Requirements ($)
Coverage (%)
Unmet ($)

Strategic Objectives

  • 1

    Reduce morbidity and mortality from malnutrition and food insecurity of the most vulnerable people with an integrated, community-based multi-sectorial approach and improve equitable access to quality essential health services.
  • 2

    Reduce preventable mortality and morbidity through equitable access to quality access to improved water, sanitation and hygiene services.
  • 3

    Build the resilience of the most vulnerable people and communities in DPRK to the impacts of climate change and natural disasters.

Humanitarian profile

ID: BP5

Humanitarian profile by sector

SectorPeople in NeedTargeted% Targeted
Food Security
Show the disaggregated data for this data point10,432,560Show the disaggregated data for this data point1,338,09112.8%
 
Health
Show the disaggregated data for this data point8,652,072Show the disaggregated data for this data point5,459,15963.1%
 
Nutrition
Show the disaggregated data for this data point10,429,535Show the disaggregated data for this data point2,024,99519.4%
 
WASH
Show the disaggregated data for this data point8,438,100Show the disaggregated data for this data point306,8473.6%
 

Cluster overview and funding status

Indicator overview

Indicator
CO1: Support and strengthen equitable access to quality preventive and curative nutrition services among under-five children, adolescent girls and women of child bearing age.
IN1: Number of children provided with treatment of acute malnutrition.
CO2: Support equitable access to nutritious, safe and sufficient food and micronutrients for vulnerable groups; under-seven children, pregnant women and lactating mothers and TB patients.
IN1: Number of children provided with fortified supplementary products and micronutrient supplements.
IN2: Number of PLW provided with fortified supplementary products and micronutrient supplements.
CO1: Contribute to sustained and equitable universal health coverage with emphasis on essential health services.
IN1: Number of people trained in various health related trainings.
IN2: Number of people reached with the geriatric health services.
IN3: Number of people receiving surgical care (general surgeries and caesarian sections CEOCs).
IN4: Number of pregnancies receiving full antenatal care.
CO2: Support enhanced quality health services to diagnose and treat communicable and non-communicable diseases, maternal and childhood diseases and services.
IN1: Number of children treated with ORS
IN2: Number of children treated for ARI
IN3: Number of county health facilities with availability of oxytocin
IN4: Number of TB cases diagnosed and treated (drug susceptible and MDR).
IN5: Number of people with malaria diagnosed and treated.
CO1: Improve equitable access to basic and safely managed drinking water and sanitation services.
IN1: Number of people with access to basic drinking water services.
IN2: Number of people with access to safely managed drinking water services.
IN3: Number of people with access to basic sanitation services.
IN4: Number of people with access to safely managed sanitation services.
CO2: Raise awareness on public health risks related to water, sanitation and hygiene and promote adequate and equitable hygiene practices at households, education institutions and health facilities paying special attention to the needs of women and girls and those in vulnerable situations.
IN1: Number of people provided/reached with key hygiene items and key hygiene messages.
CO2: Increase resilience of vulnerable communities, farmers and cooperative farms to the impacts of recurrent natural disasters and climate change
IN1: Number of cooperative farms with disaster management plans prepared.
IN2: Number of beneficiaries receiving food assistance for asset rehabilitation.
IN3: Number of Productive assets rehabilitated contributing to resilient food security.