Sudan Coordination and Common Services Sector Fact Sheet [EN/AR]

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With 4.3 million people in need of humanitarian assistance, Sudan remains one of the largest humanitarian operations, requiring a large-scale, coordinated response.

WHAT?

• Coordination and common services are required for a large and complex humanitarian operation involving multiple humanitarian actors. This includes 22 Government line ministries and departments, some 3,800 national NGOs, 125 INGOs, the Red Cross / Crescent Movement and 26 UN organisations, all of whom require coordination and common services.

• A total of USD 983 million of funding has been requested to finance the humanitarian response in Sudan by 130 Humanitarian Work Plan partners.

• Policy guidance, information and communication services are needed for a principled and timely humanitarian response.

• Need for increased capacity development of national actors to allow them to efficiently deliver humanitarian and recovery responses, as well as emergency preparedness

UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs:

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