South Sudan

Scope Registration in Lakes and Jonglei States

South Sudan Emergencies and disaster resilience
January 2020
June 2020

Through this six-month intervention ACTED will continue to collaborate with WFP to enhance information management across South Sudan in order to improve the humanitarian response to the food security needs of about 5 million. To do so, ACTED will carry out SCOPE registrations in identified payams and bomas across Jonglei and Lakes States targeting a total of 245,426 individuals. This will help increase the cost-effectiveness of future interventions, as well as the transparency and accountability of humanitarian responses towards project beneficiaries, implementing partners and WFP.

Current projects

Provision of CCCM mobile services and CCCM capacity building; emergency shelter and non-food items, and protection services to IDPs, returnees and host community members in urgent humanitarian need in Magwi County, South Sudan

Coordinated Action for Multi-Sector Programming in Camp and Out-of-Camp Settings

Improving access to WASH services and livelihoods opportunities

Scope Registration in Lakes and Jonglei States

GFD in Kaya and Gendrassa Refugee Camps and School Feeding in Maban County (Upper Nile State)

GFD in-kind, CBT and BSFP in Bor town and Bor PoC

CBT distribution in Mingkaman town (Lakes State)

General Food Distribution and Blanket Supplementary Feeding Programme in Western Bahr El Ghazal States

FFA activities to promote and support more sustainable food and livelihood opportunities in Bor South

Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Infrastructure Mapping and WASH Actor Capacity Building

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

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

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