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23 Nov 2018 description

National CCCM Cluster

  • CCCM national cluster participated in the OCHA-led Humanitarian Response Plan development process where cluster presented its response plan for 2019. The Cluster will be targeting about 855,000 IDPs in 2019.

Mangateen site

  • In collaboration with WFP, Camp management supported general food distribution where 1,030 households a total 3,300 individuals were served with food.

Bor PoC

01 Nov 2018 description

In Bentiu, Internews’ Humanitarian Information Service (HIS) implements a communicating with communities (CwC) program to increase information sharing. The program operates Kondial 97.2 FM, a humanitarian radio station inside the Bentiu PoC, conducting listening groups to gather community feedback.

23 Sep 2018 description

National CCCM Cluster
- The cluster Co-leads had a meeting with the RRP/UNMISS to discuss about Mangateen site (especially mid to long term expectations) for planning and prepositioning. In addition, screening processes in Bor and Malakal PoCs were also discussed.
- The CCCM Cluster has made significant investment of its and effort in drafting and finalization of the South Sudan Humanitarian Needs overview (HNO) for 2019.

23 Sep 2018 description

In Bentiu, Internews’ Humanitarian Information Service (HIS) implements a communicating with communities (CwC) program to increase information sharing. The program operates Kondial 97.2 FM, a humanitarian radio station inside the Bentiu PoC, conducting listening groups to gather community feedback. If you have information to be shared with the PoC or humanitarians, please contact: Humanitarian Project Manager Akiiki Tusiime (atusiime@internews.org) or Team Leader Pout Tuor (ptuor@internews.org).

23 Sep 2018 description

Background

The Wau PoC area adjacent to UNMISS was established in June 2016, following violence in and around Wau town, making it the most recently established PoC in South Sudan. In April 2017, an outbreak of violence resulted in a major influx, at which point IOM conducted an exercise to biometric register IDPs for food assistance, which recorded the population at 39,156. As of August 2018, the population now stands at 17,373.

23 Sep 2018 description

Background

The Wau collective sites were established in June 2016 following violent clashes in and around Wau town. Currently there are four Collective Centers, Cathedral, Nazareth, Lokoloko and St. Joseph. Since then the protection centres have been protecting thousands of people. A fifth collective site, ECS was established in February 2017 hosting IDPs mainly from Jur River following clashes in the area. In April 2017, all IDPs were evicted from ECS and the site closed, with some IDPs being moved to Masna, 7km south of Wau town.

27 Aug 2018 description

SITE UPDATES

National CCCM Cluster

The national CCCM cluster worked with partners to finalize SSHF concept notes. The cluster was awarded $1.1m which will be allocated toward sustaining current responses in collective sites; launching of mobile CCCM; and enhancing communicating with communities for the next 6-9 months.

Bor PoC

15 Aug 2018 description

SITE UPDATES

National CCCM Cluster

The national CCCM Cluster has continued to remain in the midst of the South Sudan Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP) 2018 and its resultant call for a proposal by South Sudan Humanitarian Fund (SSHF) exercise.

A Strategic Review Committee convened a meeting that was attended by DRC, INTERNEWS, IOM IMU, CCCM Cluster and OCHA to review partners' proposals using the OCHA SSHF scorecard in tandem with that of the CCCM Cluster.

Bor PoC

03 Aug 2018 description

Malakal PoC site stands out as having consistently witnessed a larger in flow of people than out flow. During the nine-month reporting period, 5,297 individuals (2,384 households) were recorded entering and 543 individuals exiting (202 households). While influx reduced from July to October 2017, one can observe a significant increase by February 2018. Twenty per cent of arrivals cited Sudanese locations of pre-departure (notably Khartoum and White Nile States).

03 Aug 2018 description

IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix recorded a total of 2,539 individuals entering and 1,943 individuals exiting Wau’s Protection of Civilians Adjacent Area (PoC AA) site during the reporting period, July 2017 to March 2018. Please note that whilst DTM targets travellers with more long-term intentions for interviews, departures do not necessarily signify permanent return or relocations to a third area as much of the movement is circular.

01 Aug 2018 description

Site Updates

National CCCM Cluster

The South Sudan Humanitarian Fund (SSHF) has released the Second Standard Allocation. The allocation aims to contribute to the achievement of the South Sudan 2018 Humanitarian Response Plan’s (HRP) strategic objectives by supporting the HRP partners to implement life-saving activities, enhance protection and strengthen coping capacities of the people who are in need of humanitarian assistance.

31 Jul 2018 description

Context

The Wau PoC area adjacent to UNMISS was established in June 2016, following violence in and around Wau town, making it the most recently established PoC in South Sudan. In April 2017, an outbreak of violence resulted in a major inux, at which point IOM conducted an exercise to biometric register IDPs for food assistance, which recorded the population at 39,156. As of June 2018, the population now stands at 17,732.

31 Jul 2018 description

Background

The Wau collective sites were established in June 2016 following violent clashes in and around Wau town. Currently there are four Collective Centers, Cathedral, Nazareth, Lokoloko and St. Joseph. Since then the protection centres have been protecting thousands of people. A fifth collective site, ECS was established in February 2017 hosting IDPs mainly from Jur River following clashes in the area. In April 2017, all IDPs were evicted from ECS and the site closed, with some IDPs being moved to Masna, 7km south of Wau town.

27 Jul 2018 description

SITE UPDATES

National CCCM Cluster

CCCM cluster, both national and SFP, visited and conducted initial assessments to a new collective site, Agok Hospital. Further to this, the mobile CCCM response strategy draft paper has now been circulated to all partners with the hope of feedback and endorsement in the coming cluster meeting.

Wau

10 Jul 2018 description

With a larger population than Malakal and Wau PoC combined*, Bentiu PoC site has witnessed the largest net population flow in and out of its gates during the nine-month reporting period. The in- and out-flows are comparable in scale to those of other PoC sites taking overall population sizes into account. During the reporting period, 31,366 individuals left the site and 7,661 people arrived at the site.