21 November 2012

Humanitarian Aid in South Sudan 2013

The UN has just published its annual mammoth humanitarian aid coordination effort for South Sudan, and it has GRAPHS. LOTS of GRAPHS.

Up to 4.5 million people are expected to need food and livelihoods support in 2013, so it's kind of a big deal.

The document pulls together needs analysis across 12 sectors ("clusters") and details costed plans for response by 114 non-governmental organizations and UN agencies, adding up to over $1.1 billion.

Finally kudos to UNDP and OCHA for signing up to the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI). The next job is to actually publish some data ...

1 comment:

Andy Wren said...

Spot on Lee re IATI and actually seeing proper data. RoSS makes temporary 'austerity cut', aid industry maintains donor relations with emotive emergency philanthropy to maintain / increase funds to keep themselves flying the flag. What has been achieved since the CPA? 7 years post CPA and no development. President Salva initiated proper RoSS tracking of UN, INGO implementation in 2011 against UN/INGO CAP donor requests. Paints a clear picture

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