South Sudan

General Food Distribution and Blanket Supplementary Feeding Programme, Food for Assets and Cash-Based Transfer in Jonglei State

South Sudan Emergencies and disaster resilience
January 2019
January 2020

Through this project, ACTED will target 63,913 IDPs/returnees and 21,398 Bor town residents through cash-based transfers (SCOPE system). Moreover, ACTED will continue to target vulnerable populations in five payams across Bor South county through seasonal General Food Distributions (GFDs) and supplementary feeding programmes including Blanket Supplementary Feeding Programme (BSFP) aimed at addressing the food security needs of roughly 49,770 individuals. Finally, ACTED will also continue to support 3,000 vulnerable households through a small Food for Assets (FFA) programme.

Current projects

Improving access to WASH services and livelihoods opportunities

Scope Registration in Lakes and Jonglei States

Emergency needs response in South Sudan through better informed rapid emergency response deployments

Provision of CCCM mobile services and capacity building, food security and livelihoods assistance, emergency shelter and non-food items to IDPs, returnees and host community members in urgent humanitarian need

Distribution of crop seeds and emergency livelihood kits to support 1,000 Households in Western Equatoria State

General Food Distribution and Blanket Supplementary Feeding Programme in Upper Nile State

Food distributions, Blanket Supplementary Feeding and Food Assistance for Assets in Western Bar-El-Ghazal State

Improving access to WASH services, promoting livelihoods and economic inclusion

Supply Chain Analysis, Price Monitoring and Development of Monitoring Tools (REACH) in Multi-State States

General Food Distribution and Blanket Supplementary Feeding Programme, Food for Assets and Cash-Based Transfer in Jonglei State

Conditional Cash-Based Transfer (CCBT-E.voucher) in Lakes States

Improving Food Availability, Market Access and a Regenerative Environment through Modern Agricultural Practices in Akobo

Improving short-term and long-term food availability in Maridi through investment in food production assets and local capacities

Establishing a WASH knowledge ecosystem through WASH cluster and development partner capacity building, coordinated assessments and enhanced information management

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