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SOUTH SUDAN FSL cluster is supported by: FSL Cluster Defense 2013 CAP mid-year review Juba, South Sudan May 2013.

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1 SOUTH SUDAN FSL cluster is supported by: FSL Cluster Defense 2013 CAP mid-year review Juba, South Sudan May 2013

2 SOUTH SUDAN FSL cluster is supported by: Mid year CAP review approach by FSL Cluster Financial review Review of current funding status by project and object Review of un-funded activities relative to proposed activity Reduction of funding requirements relative to justifiable needs and gaps Operational review Review of key objectives as outlined at the beginning of the year Review of key targets and indicators according to latest assessments Review of seasonal effectiveness of project activities

3 SOUTH SUDAN FSL cluster is supported by: Situation Analysis IPC Classification (No food insecurity, Stressed, Crisis, Emergency, Famine) Needs Analysis Structured Assessments (FSMS, ALSA, CFSAM, ANLA, Nutrition smart, surveys) Response Analysis Vulnerability Characteristics (4 cluster objectives) Gap Analysis and Progress 4W progress tracking database M & E frame work PDM A systematic FSL planning framework is in place

4 SOUTH SUDAN FSL cluster is supported by: Recent needs analysis indicate a reduction in estimated number of people in need of FSL support Key drivers for food insecurity Conflicts and displacements Poor food consumption and diet diversification Poor food productivity Livestock mortality and animal disease outbreaks 4.6 million 4.6 million 4.1 million 4.1 million Original 2013 estimate Mid-year revised estimate

5 SOUTH SUDAN FSL cluster is supported by: Current IPC projection

6 SOUTH SUDAN FSL cluster is supported by: A total of 2.24m people are targeted for food security support 200,000 IDPs 200,000 IDPs 70,000 Returnees 70,000 Returnees 263,210 Refugees 263,210 Refugees Category of Need 1.0 m People 1.0 m People 2.4 m People 2.4 m People 1.0 m pple, 1.4 m animals 1.0 m pple, 1.4 m animals 50,000 People 50,000 People Original Target Mid year revised 0.7 m People 0.7 m People 2.2 m People 2.2 m People 1.0 m pple, 1.4 m animals 1.0 m pple, 1.4 m animals 30,000 People 30,000 People 1.6m Residents 1.6m Residents

7 SOUTH SUDAN FSL cluster is supported by: FSL cluster response strategy is objective and seasonal specific Jan FebMarApr Jul Jun MayAugSepOctNov Dec Cluster response strategy Objective 1: Food Assistance Monthly food rations to vulnerable households (2.24 million people) Objective 2: Agricultural Support Objective 3: Livestock support Objective 4: Coordination and needs analysis Rainy season agricultural support (0.7m people) Dry season agricultural (0.2m people) Rainy season livestock support (1.0m people) Dry season livestock support (1.0m people) Regular food security situational analysis (FSMS, ALSA, PDM, IPC)

8 SOUTH SUDAN FSL cluster is supported by: Mid year achievement remains low as it is impacted by delay in pipeline deliveries and limited funding 8 Projects 47 Projects 12 Projects

9 SOUTH SUDAN FSL cluster is supported by: High levels of food insecurity will persist due to continued failure in addressing critical needs and resilience building 4.1 million in need 2.2m FSL Target 0.7m* Actual 2.1 million in need 0.7m FSL Target 0.4m Actual Objective 1: Food Assistance Objective 2: Agricultural Support 2.8 million in need 1 m FSL Target 0.3m Actual Objective 3: Livestock Support *Achievement report only up to March 2013

10 SOUTH SUDAN FSL cluster is supported by: Funding gaps remain enormous to ensure effectiveness of the FSL strategy in addressing critical needs of targeted population

11 SOUTH SUDAN FSL cluster is supported by: Achievements: Jan-April 2013 Objective Output IndicatorsTargetsAchieved as at MYR Improve food access through food assistance and safety nets Conditional and unconditional food assistance to vulnerable households provided and food insecurity safety nets established No. of people assisted with direct food assistance, conditional and unconditional cash transfers, food for assets, food for work, cash for work At least 2.3m people Increase food availability through household production and post-harvest handling Farm level household support provided for food production and diet diversification No. of people supported with production inputs, food assistance, conditional and unconditional cash transfers and fishing kits At least 1 million people 475,000 people Improve livestock health and contain disease outbreaks, to protect livelihood assets and food security of pastoral/agro pastoral households Essential veterinary services and supplies for response to livestock diseases in emergencies provided % of animals vaccinated or treatment against endemic diseases at least 80% of animals 55% of animals Improve animal water and feed availability, livestock redistribution and commercial and slaughter livestock destocking No. of animals benefitting from improved water points 1.4 million animals782,000 animals Strengthen emergency response at state level through gender disaggregated data gathering and analysis Gender, geographic and response disaggregated. Partners progress and implementation tracking data maintained for gap analysis % of cluster partners in CAP providing 3W forms and reporting monthly on their progress All CAP partners fill 3Ws forms and report on progress 100% partners provided 3Ws. 50% of partners updated 3Ws info National systems supported in monitoring and analyzing food insecurity No. of vulnerability maps produced throughout the year, in collaboration with national institutions At least 3 IPC maps First in March & 2 nd in June2013 Effectiveness of cluster and inter cluster coordination mechanisms specifically on addressing malnutrition and protection issues increased % of cluster partners reporting satisfactory support for coordination of integrated humanitarian response 80% of partners satisfied with IM & sharing To be conducted at end of the year

12 SOUTH SUDAN FSL cluster is supported by: Revised FSL response plan Objective Output IndicatorsTargets Improve food access through food assistance and safety nets Conditional and unconditional food assistance to vulnerable households provided and food insecurity safety nets established No. of people assisted with direct food assistance, conditional and unconditional cash transfers, food for assets, food for work, cash for work At least 2.2m people Increase food availability through household production and post-harvest handling Farm level household support provided for food production and diet diversification No. of people supported with production inputs, food assistance, conditional and unconditional cash transfers and fishing kits At least 0.7 million people Conditional and unconditional cash transfers to enhance production and access to food provided. Small scale micro irrigation and income generation activities promoted No. of people supported with production inputs, direct food assistance, cash transfers and fishing kits At least 0.7 million people Appropriate post-harvest handling food processing and preservation promoted; fishing gear and support in fish processing, preservation and marketing provided Type and quantity of inputs provided to affected people At least 0.7 million people Improve livestock health and contain disease outbreaks, to protect livelihood assets and food security of pastoral/agro pastoral households Essential veterinary services and supplies for response to livestock diseases in emergencies provided % of animals vaccinated or treatment against endemic diseases80% of animals Carcass and animal waste disposal improved in areas of high population concentration, particularly returnees, displaced people and refugees No. of people benefitting from improved sanitation and hygiene in areas hosting displaced people, returnees and refugees 300,000 people Improve animal water and feed availability, livestock redistribution and commercial and slaughter livestock destocking No. of animals benefitting from improved water points1.4 million animals Spot vaccination of animals against rabies, and education campaign carried out among populations at risk No. of people benefitting from spot vaccination of dogs against rabies, and education campaign carried out among populations at risk 30,000 Strengthen emergency response at state level through gender disaggregated data gathering and analysis Gender, geographic and response disaggregated. Partners progress and implementation tracking data maintained for gap analysis % of cluster partners in CAP providing 3W forms and reporting monthly on their progress All CAP partners fill 3Ws forms and report on progress National systems supported in monitoring and analyzing food insecurity No. of vulnerability maps produced throughout the year, in collaboration with national institutions 3 IPC analysis & mapping Effectiveness of cluster and inter cluster coordination mechanisms specifically on addressing malnutrition and protection issues increased % of cluster partners reporting satisfactory support for coordination of integrated humanitarian response 80% of partners satisfied with coordination, IM & sharing


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