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June 2022

In 2022, the Shelter & NFI (SNFI) Cluster identified 2.1 million people in South Sudan require emergency shelter and non-food items (NFI). Of this group, the cluster is targeting 1.4 million of the most vulnerable households to receive SNFI assistance, through in-kind distribution, cash/voucher assistance (CVA), and/or integrated settlement programming.
235,185 people assisted in the first quarter of 2022;
Recent violence in Leer County affected more than 18,000 households; 

  • 24 partners
  • $35.0 M (18%) required (funded)
  • 2.1 M / 1.4 M / 0.8 M people in need / targeted / reached

April 2022

In 2022, the Shelter & NFI (SNFI) Cluster identified 2.1 million people in South Sudan require emergency shelter and non-food items (NFI). Of this group, the cluster is targeting 1.4 million of the most vulnerable households to receive SNFI assistance, through in-kind distribution, cash/voucher assistance (CVA), and/or integrated settlement programming.
235,185 people assisted in the first quarter of 2022;
Recent violence in Leer County affected more than 18,000 households; 

  • 24 partners
  • $35.0 M (7%) required (funded)
  • 2.1 M / 1.4 M / 0.2 M people in need / targeted / reached

December 2021

Flooding and sub-national violence remain the main driver of the shelter and non-food items (S-NFI) needs in South Sudan;More tahnk 835,000 people reported affected by the seasonal flood in 2021;About 80,000 individual displaced by the sub-national violence in Tambura region. Of this, the S-NFI Cluster assisted 46,814 people with shelter materials and basic household items;  

  • 26 partners
  • $33.0 M (35%) required (funded)
  • 2.1 M / 1.1 M / 1.0 M people in need / targeted / reached

October 2021

Flooding and sub-national violence remain the main driver of the shelter and non-food items (S-NFI) needs in South Sudan.An estimated 600,000 individuals affected by the sesonal flood, more than 300,000 individuals are in immediate needs of humanitarian assistanceNew sub-national violence broke out in Tambura County in September 2021, displaced more than 80,000 individuals seeking refugee in the neighboring counties including Nagero, Ezo, Tambura, Nzara and Wau CountiesDuring the rainy most of the roads are not accesible causing delay in delivering humanitarian assistance.

  • 26 partners
  • $33.0 M (35%) required (funded)
  • 2.1 M / 1.1 M / 0.8 M people in need / targeted / reached

June 2021

Food insecurity, flooding and sub-national violence continues to affect the most vulnerable population in South Sudan. Sub-national violence continued in Pibor, Lainya, Kajo-Keji, and Yei Counties displaceing tens of thousands people.Land disputes continue to escalate in return areas due to lack of land documentation by returning populations who find their land occupied by secondary occupants.Ongoing access rights/due diligence training on housing, and property (HLP) benefiting cluster partners, state authorities and central government officials in Juba, Rubkona and Wau Counties.

  • 26 partners
  • $33.0 M (14%) required (funded)
  • 2.1 M / 1.1 M / 0.6 M people in need / targeted / reached

March 2021

In 2021, the cluster identified about 2 million of South Sudanese are in needs of the Emergency Shelter and Non-Food Items (ES-NFIs) assistance. Of this, the Cluster targeted about 1.1 million of most vulnerable populations will receive ES-NFI assistance, through in-kind distribution, cash/voucher Assistance (CVA), and/or integrated settlement programming. This includes the newly displaced population, protracted displacements, returnees, and host communities who affected by the conflict, sub-national violence, and the flood.

  • 26 partners
  • $33.0 M (3%) required (funded)
  • 2.1 M / 1.1 M / 0.2 M people in need / targeted / reached

November 2020

In 2020, the cluster identified about 2 million of South Sudanese are in needs of the Emergency Shelter and Non-Food Items (ES-NFIs) assistance. Of this, the Cluster targeted about 1 million of populations will receive ES-NFI assistance, through in-kind distribution, cash/voucher Assistance (CVA) and integrated settlement programming, this includes the new displaced population, protracted displacements, returnees, host communities and those who are affected by the natural hazards. The Cluster has requested about USD 36 million of funds to be able to reach this population.

  • 38 partners
  • $36.0 M (51%) required (funded)
  • 2.0 M / 1.0 M / 0.8 M people in need / targeted / reached

March 2020

In 2020, the cluster identified about 2 million of South Sudanese are in needs of the Emergency Shelter and Non-Food Items (ES-NFIs) assistance. Of this, the Cluster targeted about 1 million of populations will receive ES-NFI assistance, through in-kind distribution, cash/voucher Assistance (CVA) and integrated settlement programming, this includes the new displaced population, protracted displacements, returnees, host communities and those who are affected by the natural hazards. The Cluster has requested about USD 36 million of funds to be able to reach this population.

  • 38 partners
  • $36.0 M (3%) required (funded)
  • 2.0 M / 1.0 M / 0.2 M people in need / targeted / reached

December 2019

Heavy rains that affected the entire horn of Africa and heavily affected South Sudan from July – October 2019 caused abnormal seasonal flooding in large areas of South Sudan, displacing many families and disrupting livelihoods of approximately 908,000 people of which approximately 70,000 households (420,000 individuals) were in immediate need of humanitarian assistance.On 27 October 2019, The Government of South Sudan declared a state of emergency in all regions affected by the floods.

  • 26 partners
  • $30.0 M (81%) required (funded)
  • 2.0 M / 1.0 M people in need / targeted

March 2019

About 1.9 million people, mostly in deep field locations, protection of civilian (PoCs) and collective sites, and those returning from the neighboring countries are not able to meet their basic shelter and household needs. In the Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP) of 2019, the SNFI cluster will target about 1 million people with basic shelter and non-food items (NFI) through in-kind distribution, cash-based interventions (CBI) and a holistic resettlement program approach integrating shelter, WASH and livelihood projects with a total budget appeal of USD 30 million. 

  • 26 partners
  • $30.0 M (17%) required (funded)
  • 2.0 M / 1.0 M people in need / targeted