- REQUIREMENTS IN 2020 HRP C19 ADDENDUM $390M
- OF WHICH NATIONAL C19 RESPONSE PLAN $150M
- CANCELLED FROM $1.55B ORIGINAL 2020 HRP $39M
NEW TOTAL REQUIREMENTS FOR 2020** $1.90B
PEOPLE TARGETED TOTAL 7.4M
- OF WHICH TARGETED OUT OF 2020 HNO 5.8M
- OF WHICH NEWLY VULNERABLE PEOPLE* 1.6M
- WOMEN AND GIRLS 51%
Addendum at a glance
This document summarizes preparedness and response activities to address the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in South Sudan through the end of 2020. The addendum includes the activities and financial requirements of the updated National COVID-19 Response Plan. Originally issued in March prior to identification of the first person confirmed with COVID-19 in South Sudan and with a focus on preparedness, the updated plan encompasses a significantly scaled-up national response.
Consolidated financial requirements presented in this document are additional to those in the 2020 Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP) for South Sudan. The HRP and associated projects originally seeking $1.55 billion were finalized in the end of 2019 for non-COVID-19 related needs and largely remain valid, with the exception of projects totalling $39 million that were cancelled due to operational constraints. Consolidated COVID-19 response activities and requirements in this document hence complement existing HRP programming and are annexed to the HRP.
Financial requirements presented in this document are part of the South Sudan Chapter of the Global HRP for COVID-19 (GHRP), the international community’s primary fundraising vehicle to respond to the humanitarian impacts of the virus in low- and middleincome countries and support their efforts to fight it. Funding for COVID-19 activities summarized in this document is tracked separately from the HRP by the Financial Tracking Service.
Alongside the HRP addendum prepared by the Humanitarian Country Team, the UN Country Team is finalizing a UN framework to concurrently address the immediate socio-economic effects of COVID-19.
Addendum strategic objective: Support Government efforts in containing and preventing the spread of COVID-19 while employing a COVID-19 adapted approach to respond to the ongoing emergency, guided by HRP strategic objectives
- Reduce morbidity and mortality, as well as suffering from protection threats and incidents, of the most vulnerable populations in areas with severe need
- Facilitate safe, equitable and dignified access to critical crosssectoral basic services to enable populations to meet their basic needs in areas with severe need
- Enable vulnerable people to recover from crisis, seek solutions to displacement, and build resilience to acute shocks and chronic stresses through targeted programming to support coping capacities and livelihoods in prioritized areas
- UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
- To learn more about OCHA's activities, please visit https://www.unocha.org/.