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Humanitarian Assistance and Resilience in South Sudan (HARISS) 2015 - 2021

UK aid from the British people

Project Data Last Updated: 28/08/2020

IATI Identifier: GB-1-204019

Partner Projects

IMC WORLDWIDE

  • Evidence and Learning Facility South Sudan It has three components: Life-saving assistance that aims to lessen the risk of mortality and morbidity amongst displaced populations and vulnerable host communities. Resilience-building that aims to help vulnerable people to prepare for, withstand and recover from conflict, disasters and stresses – the focus is on 1) food security and livelihoods, (2) protection and gender-based violence, and (3) emergency preparedness and response. Enhanced monitoring and evaluation to better measure the impact of interventions and of multi-year programming, and to make tangible progress in priority areas such as accountability to affected populations and Value For Money. This component is ELFSS. Total Project Budget: £3,834,073 FCDO Funding: £1,763,800

International Medical Corps UK

  • GBV Prevention and Response for conflict-affected populations in South Sudan The project aims to provide comprehensive service including Clinical Management of Rape (CMR), Psychosocial Support (PSS), case management and risk mitigation. Need-based income generating activities (IGA) will also be introduced for vulnerable women. Total Project Budget: £35,249,332 FCDO Funding: $14,946,278

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