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Camp Management and Information Management Services for Internally Displaced Persons in South Sudan

This 1 year project will target 94,786 IDPs in Wau collective centers, Bor and Juba PoCs who sought protection as a result of continued civil war in South Sudan. ACTED activities will include; 216 coordination and camp management meetings are organized, formation of 8 camp management committees, 75% population using complaint and feedback mechanism with response received, 11 PoC site assessments through consultation of affected population on SGBV risk factors 5 in Wau, 3 in Kajo Keji, 1 in Bor and 2 in Juba. Furthermore, 85 camp management agencies, humanitarian agencies, community leadership, local authorities receiving training on CCCM 30 in UN House, 15 in Bor, 20 in Wau and Kajo-Keji respectively, 12 national level CCCM cluster meetings facilitated by the CCCM Co-Coordinator in Juba PoC and 52 CCCM state level reports submitted to the CCCM cluster in Juba PoC. REACH activities include; 500 clicks/downloads of REACH South Sudan products per month, 13 presentations to national and sub-national coordination mechanisms per month, 1 county-level datasets made publicly available on REACH resource centre 1 per month, 6 monthly situation overviews including maps of areas assessed and displacement patterns, and quantitative and qualitative data analysis, 5 AoK factsheets and 3 DFC monthly quantitative factsheets produced. This aimed at guaranteeing the provision of adequate living conditions and to support informed decisions of internally displaced persons.

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