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South Sudan: South Sudan Humanitarian Road Convoy Guidelines, April 2019

Source: World Food Programme, Logistics Cluster
Country: South Sudan

The Logistics Cluster supports humanitarian actors in South Sudan with road convoy coordination on multiple routes throughout South Sudan, provided roads are passable (see map of rou...

South Sudan: SHELTER / NFI Cluster Strategy 2019-2020 South Sudan

Source: International Organization for Migration, Shelter Cluster
Country: South Sudan

Overview

The two-year Shelter / NFI Cluster strategy for South Sudan is intended to guide interventions for shelter cluster members until the end of 2020. It reco...

South Sudan: Special Transport Checklist

Source: World Food Programme, Logistics Cluster
Country: South Sudan

Generator Transportation Checklist

In South Sudan, the Logistics Cluster works to fill identified gaps in the humanitarian supply chain and supplement the response of the humanitari...

World: Humanitarian Coordinator Information Products, February 2019

Source: Inter-Agency Standing Committee
Country: Afghanistan, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Colombia, Côte d'Ivoire, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Haiti, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Mali, Myanmar, Niger, Nigeria, occupied Palestinian territory, Pakistan, Philippines, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Syrian Arab Republic, Ukraine, World, Yemen

World: Fighting Cholera – Operational Handbook: Response to outbreaks and risk prevention in endemic areas

Source: Solidarités International
Country: Democratic Republic of the Congo, Haiti, Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan, World, Yemen

INTRODUCTION

SOLIDARITÉS INTERNATIONAL has made the fight against cholera one of its key priorities for several years, in ...

South Sudan: Research Terms of Reference – UNHCR Refugee Response: inter-agency multi-sector needs assessment (MSNA) SSD1802 South Sudan, September 2018, Version 1

Source: REACH Initiative
Country: South Sudan, Sudan

Specific Objective(s)

To understand humanitarian needs of populations in Maban refugee camps in Food Security and Livelihoods, Nutrition, Camp Management, Environment, NFIs & Shelter, WASH an...

South Sudan: Research Terms of Reference: Assessment of Hard to Reach Areas, South Sudan, Research Cycle ID: SSD1701a – November 2018, Version 2.0

Source: REACH Initiative
Country: South Sudan

Background and Rationale

South Sudan enters its fifth year of political crisis, stemming from violent conflict erupting in Juba in December 2013. The dynamic and multi-faceted nature of the South Sudanese...

World: Predicting Displacement: Using predictive analytics to build a better future for displaced children

Source: Save the Children
Country: Bangladesh, Burundi, Ethiopia, Mali, South Sudan, Syrian Arab Republic, World

A record-breaking 68.5 million individuals worldwide have been displaced from their homes as a result of persecution, conflict, or violence. Over 50% are children. When a displacement crisis occurs, aid agencies are equipped to mobilise massive resources in a very short period of time, but the response is often reactive. With the rise in predictive analytics, a new paradigm in humanitarian and development planning becomes possible. Predictive analytics allows agencies to anticipate the onset of a crisis and understand how that crisis will unfold over time.

With this in mind, the Save the Children International's Migration and Displacement Initiative (MDI) created a prototype tool that predicts the duration and scale of a forced displacement. The insights from predictive analytics can help governments, donors, and partners make decisions and plan appropriately from day one. Predictive analytics provides critical information about how a crisis will unfold, right from the start, enabling actors to better target and coordinate their response, make a stronger case for funding, and effectively plan and advocate for long-term solutions, where appropriate. It allows aid agencies to use money more effectively, which helps us keep children alive, protected and educated.

This report summarises Save the Children’s new predictive displacement tool, and its vision in developing the prototype further to establish a robust, multi-sector predictive displacement ecosystem that can develop, incubate, and scale innovations for improving global responses to forced displacement

Download the report from Save the Children's Resource Centre

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