South Sudan 2019

Humanitarian response plan | Rev: 1.0

Contact

Jumma Khan
edclusterjuba.un@gmail.com
UNICEF
Bazgha Iftikhar
edclusterjuba.ngo@gmail.com
Save the Children
Education

In 2019, the education response aims to ensure that children and youth (3-18 years) have access to quality formal and non-formal education and that girls and boys already in school are retained. Recognizing that South
Sudan has one of the highest rates of out-ofschool children in the world, the cluster will prioritize new enrolments and retention in 2019. By providing access to safe learning spaces, children can benefit from key lifesaving and life-sustaining activities such as psychosocial support, WASH education, and school meals. Education partners
will strengthen education personnel’s and governance bodies’ capacities through training. The cluster aims to build resilience through cognitive and social development of children and youth.

People in need
2.8m
People to receive aid
0.9m
Partners
24
Requirements ($)
Coverage (%)
Unmet ($)

Cluster Objectives

  • 1

    Increase access to inclusive and protective lifesaving education (formal and non-formal) for children and youth affected by emergencies
  • 2

    Improve the quality of education to ensure continuity of relevant education services for children and youth in emergencies
  • 3

    Strengthen the response capacity of communities and education actors to mitigate the impact of emergencies on children and youth

Humanitarian profile

ID: CL3/BF3

Indicator overview

Increase access to inclusive and protective lifesaving education (formal and non-formal) for children and youth affected by emergencies

Contributes tocheck_circleStrategic Objective 1
IndicatorUnitTargetMeasure
IN1: Number of children and youth (3-18 years old) accessing and attending learning spaces/schools in affected areasChildren858,940Pending
IN2: Number of temporary learning spaces established/rehabilitated in affected areasLearning Spaces1,000Pending
IN3: Number of children with access to gender-sensitive WASH facilitiesChildren175,000Pending
IN4: Number of learners reached through school feeding programmesChildren430,000Pending
IN5: Number of youth and adolescents (14-18 years) benefit from life-skills and basic vocational training coursesChildren3,500Pending