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29 Sep 2014 description
Sudan /South Sudan Version 2
Technical Annex - version 2

AMOUNT: EUR 100 000 000

The full implementation of this version of the HIP is subject to the adoption of the decision amending Decision C(2013) 9533 final.


02 Jul 2013 description

“I trained as a midwife to help my community,” says Fatima, a volunteer community health worker at a clinic in Hammeida, rural Kassala state in eastern Sudan. Fatima’s clinic is run by Talaweit, a Sudanese NGO. The clinic is the only primary health care facility for many miles.

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23 May 2013 description

Period covered by this Final Report: July 2011 to December 2012

Appeal target (current): CHF 6,188,106

Appeal coverage: 54%

Appeal history:

· This Emergency Appeal was initially launched on 1 July 2011 for CHF 3,758,917 for 8 months to assist 173,000 beneficiaries in South Kordofan, Blue Nile and Abyei states following the eruption of conflict on 5 June 2011 between SPLM-N and Sudan Government armed forces in South Kordofan.

03 May 2013 description


Across the East Africa region, consecutive good seasons transformed food security conditions from the initial low point in 2011, which was a great relief coming out of a severe drought. However, the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) continued working with other players including government and regional bodies such as the Inter-Governmental Climate Information, Prediction,

29 Aug 2012 description


I/ First modification 20/07/2012

This HIP is being modified to take into account a deterioration of the humanitarian situation and increased humanitarian needs, both in Sudan and South Sudan.

09 Aug 2012 description


This HIP is being modified to take into account a deterioration of the humanitarian situation and increased humanitarian needs, both in Sudan and South Sudan.

12 Dec 2011 description


The analysis of the different realities in Sudan (Darfur, Abyei, South Kordofan, and Blue Nile, as well as North-South returns) suggests that significant humanitarian needs will remain in 2012. Although continuous engagement will be required in 2012, the European Commission humanitarian funding support will mainly depend on three elements 1) needs, 2) access and 3)the capacity to implement humanitarian activities in a principled way. The latter elements remain important constraints in Sudan.

07 Apr 2011 description

Sudan, a republic with an estimated population of 40 million, is governed according to a power-sharing arrangement established by the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA), which ended the 22-year civil war between the North and South and established an interim Government of National Unity (GNU).

27 Aug 2009 description


June to September constitutes an important rainfall season for the northern sector of the Greater Horn of Africa (GHA), as well as coastal and western parts of the equatorial sector. Most of the equatorial and southern sectors of the GHA sub-region are normally dry during this period. The ICPAC consensus climate outlook for the June to September 2009 rainfall season indicates enhanced probabilities for near to above normal rainfall over southern Sudan; southwestern Ethiopia; much of Uganda; northern coast of Tanzania; Kenyan coast and southern coast of Somalia.

06 Apr 2009 description

When we met with a group of 300 Ethiopian Anyuak refugees in February in Sudan, we had no idea that a week later they would be calling us because they were caught up in heavy fighting between northern and southern Sudanese forces. The Government of Southern Sudan and the United Nations had failed to protect them.

The group had fled in 2003 after their community suffered targeted attacks in Ethiopia. Their experience since arriving in Sudan had not been a good one. They had been forced to move twice after harassment and attacks.

07 Jan 2009 description

Policy recommendations

- The UN Secretariat must conduct a broad review of the UNMIS military and civilian protection role, emphasize the need for UNMIS to take a more proactive stance towards protecting civilians, and provide guidance to military peacekeepers on protection tasks.

- DPKO must renegotiate agreements with troop-contributing countries to include a civilian protection role.

- UNMIS senior leadership must bring together all agencies --- its own units, UN agencies, and NGOs --- involved in protection activities in the north, the contested areas, and the south to …

18 Jun 2008 description
report Trócaire

To mark World Refugee Day this week, June 20, we look at a Sudanese family who made it back home after seven long years of exile.

Sudan's civil war between the North and the South lasted for 22 years from 1983 to 2005.

01 Apr 2008 description

Liu Mei, a 44-year-old Chinese woman, worked in Darfur for more than two years as the director of the food aid program of the United Nations World Food Program (WFP).

From February 2005 to October 2007, she was responsible for distributing food to 100,000 refugees in Kars, south of Darfur, Sudan. With 10 local employees, she was the only foreigner and the only woman in any of the 11 WFP offices in Darfur.

"When I first learned that I would be sent to Darfur, I was scared. I knew the experience would change my life," Liu said.

10 Aug 2007 description

Emmanuel Jal , one of the hottest rappers to come out of Africa, is a former child soldier from southern Sudan who uses his talent and fame to give a voice to the hungry poor, especially the children, in Africa.

"When I make music, I keep in mind some hungry tots ... that's what makes my music, my music. I put my hunger into my music." - Emmanuel Jal

Jal's childhood was shaped by conflict in his homeland that propelled him and thousands of other young boys on a long and dangerous journey through war, pestilence and famine in Sudan, Ethiopia and Kenya.

21 Jun 2006 description
report American Red Cross

Kelly Hurd , Special to RedCross.org

06 May 2004 description

Update of ITCZ with respect to Darfur/Chad

30 Nov 2002 description

Severe food insecurity is forecast during 2003 for Ethiopia and Eritrea. This continues to dominate the GHA food security agenda. High global demands for food aid, coupled with diminishing resources, a re a major concern.

In other GHA countries continuing civil insecurity denies access to food in some areas.

The rains have commenced in the equatorial sector of the GHA with above normal rainfall in the eastern part of the region. This is expected to result in improved crop and pasture conditions and replenishment of water resources.

11 Nov 2002 description

Re-Emerging Food Crises in the Horn of Africa: Will Adequate Resources be Available?