Contribute to cluster objectives by reaching 17,744 individuals through Shelter /NFIs and WASH response in Twic county.
Improved access to safe shelter, water, sanitation and hygiene through provision of essential goods, services and cash support for the most vulnerable IDPs, returnees, and conflict and disaster affected people in Twic County, Warrap state
9 months (November 1, 2022 to July 30, 2023)
Regional project to reduce the vulnerability of crisis-affected people, especially IDPs, returnees and most vulnerable host communities in Baidoa (Somalia), East Darfur (Sudan), Northern Bahr el Ghazal and Warrap (South Sudan) through emergency shelter, WASH, health and nutrition interventions, humanitarian cash transfers, and early warning systems and protection activities
Improved access to safe food, shelter, water, sanitation and hygiene through provision of essential goods, services and cash support for the most vulnerable IDPs, returnees, and conflict and disaster affected people in Aweil East, Aweil North und Aweil West, Northern Bahr el Ghazal
Emergency WASH and S/NFIs Scale up response to vulnerable populations displaced due to conflict in Abyei
To improve basic hygiene standards and provision of WASH NFI to 24,571 under-served populations impacted by emergencies-women, men, girls, and boys, especially IDPs in Abyei Administration Area, through increased access to lifesaving WASH interventions focusing on hygiene promotion activities, and WASH NFIs, and provide material support for shelter and settlement Non-Food Items (NFIs) to address immediate needs of 24,571 victims of conflicts, displaced persons, and large influxes of vulnerable IDPs in Abyei through provision of NFIs kits.
Provision of Sustainable WASH response services by enhancing access to safe water, sanitation, and hygiene for 32,000 flood and disease prone-affected individuals through a single approach in Cueibet and Wulu Counties of Lakes State
To address the immediate needs of 32,000 internally displaced persons and other vulnerable populations affected by flooding in Cueibet and Wulu Counties through mitigating WASH related GBV response and increasing access to water, sanitation, and hygiene promotion services while supporting efforts to build local capacity to respond better in a protracted emergency situation