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25 Sep 2018 description

Since conflict erupted in Tonga in March 2017, most of the population fled to New Fangak as IDPs, and to Liri in Sudan as refugees. In July 2017, IDPs from New Fangak started to return to Tonga. As people kept on returning, an alert for humanitarian assistance was signalled in January 2018 to provide services to the returnees and IDPs in Tonga. In March 2018, UNOCHA coordinated an intervention conducted by humanitarian actors from Malakal and UNCHR as Protection Cluster Lead Agency provided S-NFIs to 200 persons with special needs (PSNs).

20 Aug 2018 description
report Shelter Cluster

The CFMs distributions took place at the humanitarian distribution Centre (Point) inside PoC where all humanitarians normally delivery supports to the protracted IDPs in the Camp since the outbreak of the crisis in December 2013. INTERSOS who is the PoC site Agency spearheaded the organization of the distribution with a strong support from CCCM staff.

21 Jun 2018 description

Overview

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) manages the common pipeline for the Shelter and NFI Cluster by procuring, transporting and storing stocks throughout South Sudan. Supplies are accessible to Cluster partners ensuring sectorial coverage of the current and future needs more efficiently.

13 Apr 2018 description

Overview

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) manages the common pipeline for the Shelter and NFI Cluster by procuring, transporting and storing stocks throughout South Sudan. Supplies are accessible to Cluster partners ensuring sectorial coverage of the current and future needs more efficiently.

05 Apr 2018 description

This Rapid Monitoring Checklist - Distribution SOPs should be used before, during and/or after every distribution. The SOPs will help you think about all the things you need to do to prepare the distribution with the community, ensure things happen according to plans both at the distribution, and after the distribution.

05 Apr 2018 description

Accountability to Affected Populations (AAP) can be seen as a way to shift Power from Agencies to Empower Communities to be more actively involved in aid resource distribution.

05 Apr 2018 description

This Shelter/NFI Cluster Commitment to AAP places people and communities at the centre of humanitarian action, taking the lead from the Core Humanitarian Standard. The Cluster and Implementing Partners Commit to 20 AAP Standards outlined in the ACTIVE CITIZENS AAP SCORECARD. The core aim of this Commitment is to Integrate AAP into every intervention or distribution (before, during and after), and to improve the quality of interventions as measured by communities themselves.

HOW? This AAP Commitment Requires:

05 Apr 2018 description

This Framework lists key AAP / M&E documents for the Shelter-NFI Cluster in South Sudan. A training session for Implementing Partners was conducted to outline the tools and build capacity and knowledge of AAP. The tools are colour coded below: Yellow indicates Organisations and or S/NFI team commitments to AAP. Green indicates Rapid Tools that should be used by Field Staff and Community to help strengthen the quality and AAP of interventions. Blue indicates M&E tools used largely for ‘upward accountability purposes).