South Sudan 2019

Humanitarian response plan | Rev: 1.0

Contact

Magda Armah
armahm@who.int
WHO
Fikru Zeleke Abebe
fikru.zeleke@gmail.com
David Adokson
chanyadok@gmail.com
Health

The cluster will provide lifesaving emergency healthcare access to vulnerable populations, focusing on major causes of morbidity and mortality. Health partners aim to increase the predictability and functionality of health
services by supporting primary health care facilities and hospitals and establishing mobile clinics. The cluster aims to prevent, detect and respond to epidemic-prone diseases, and to increase resilience among vulnerable
populations through greater use of mental health and psychosocial support services. Health partners will further integrate their services with FSL, Nutrition, Protection and WASH Clusters.

People in need
3.6m
People to receive aid
1.8m
Partners
54
Requirements ($)
Coverage (%)
Unmet ($)

Cluster Objectives

  • 1

    Improve access and scale-up responsiveness to integrated essential healthcare needs of the vulnerable populations
  • 2

    Prevent, detect and respond to epidemic-prone disease outbreaks
  • 3

    Increase access to essential clinical health services among vulnerable populations
  • 4

    Improve resilience among vulnerable populations by increasing access to mental health and psycho-social support services

Indicator overview

Improve access and scale-up responsiveness to integrated essential healthcare needs of the vulnerable populations

Contributes tocheck_circleStrategic Objective 1
IndicatorUnitTargetMeasure
IN1: Number of new malaria cases per month among U5Numbers119,316Pending
IN2: Number of death in the catchment areaNumbers2Pending
IN3: Number of OPD consultationsConsultations1,272,711Pending
IN4: Number of deliveries attended by Skilled Birth AttendantsNumbers2,458Pending