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RAPID RESPONSE FUND SOUTH SUDAN AND ABYEI 2016-2017 GUIDELINES

RRF GUIDELINES 2016-2017

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1. BACKGROUND

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2. OBJECTIVE

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3. APPLICATION PROCEDURES

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3.1. 3.2. 3.3. 3.4.

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4. GUIDELINES FOR THE SECTORS OF INTERVENTION

ELIGIBILITY SELECTION OF GRANTS TRIGGERS FOR ACTIVATING THE RAPID RESPONSE FUND PROPOSAL REQUIREMENTS

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SECTOR 1 LOGISTICS SUPPORT, RELIEF COMMODITIES

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SECTOR 2 HUMANITARIAN COORDINATION AND INFORMATION MANAGEMENT

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SECTOR 3 WATER, SANITATION AND HYGIENE (WASH)

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SECTOR 4 HEALTH

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SECTOR 5 NUTRITION

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SECTOR 6 SHELTER AND SETTLEMENTS

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SECTOR 7 PROTECTION

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SECTOR 8 ECONOMIC RECOVERY AND MARKET SYSTEMS

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NOTES ON BUDGET PREPARATION

SUB-SECTOR 1.1 NON-FOOD ITEMS (NFIS) SUB-SECTOR 2.1 COORDINATION SUB-SECTOR 2.2 INFORMATION MANAGEMENT

SUB-SECTOR 3.1 WATER SUPPLY INFRASTRUCTURE SUB-SECTOR 3.2 SANITATION INFRASTRUCTURE SUB-SECTOR 3.3 HYGIENE PROMOTION SUB-SECTOR 4.1 COMUNICABLE DISEASES SUB-SECTOR 4.2 REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH SUB-SECTOR 4.3 NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES SUB-SECTOR 4.4 COMMUNITY HEALTH EDUCATION / BEHAVIOR CHANGE SUB-SECTOR 4.5 MEDICAL COMMODITIES INCLUDING PHARMACEUTICALS

SUB-SECTOR 5.1 MANAGEMENT OF MODERATE ACCUTE MALNUTRITION (MAM) SUB-SECTOR 5.2 MANAGEMENT OF SEVERE ACUTE MALNUTRITION (SAM) SUB-SECTOR 5.3 INFANT AND YOUNG CHILD FEEDING AND BEHAVIOR CHANGE SUB-SECTOR 6.1 EMERGENCY / TRANSITIONAL SHELTERS SUB-SECTOR 6.2 CAMP DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT SUB-SECTOR 7.1 CHILD PROTECTION SUB-SECTOR 7.2 PREVENTION AND RESPONSE TO GENDER BASED VIOLENCE (GBV) SUB-SECTOR 7.3 PSYCHOSOCIAL SUPPORT SERVICES

SUB-SECTOR 8.1 MARKET SYSTEM REHABILITATION SUB-SECTOR 8.2 TEMPORARY EMPLOYMENT

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RRF GUIDELINES 2016-2017

1. BACKGROUND With the aim of enabling a rapid humanitarian response to new aspects of the ongoing crisis, both natural and man-made disasters in South Sudan and Abyei, and through the support of USAID/OFDA, IOM is implementing the Rapid Response Fund: South Sudan and Abyei (RRF – SS). This is to be done through the provision of sub-grants to allow for immediate access to funds for emergency humanitarian activities. The activities related to these grants will maintain a delivery-oriented and needs-based relief support focus in the below listed sectors during the critical early stages or in the course of emergencies: 1. LOGISTICS SUPPORT, RELIEF COMMODITIES 2. HUMANITARIAN COORDINATION AND INFORMATION MANAGEMENT 3. WATER, SANITATION AND HYGIENE (WASH) 4. HEALTH 5. NUTRITION 6. SHELTER AND SETTLEMENTS 7. PROTECTION 8. ECONOMIC RECOVERY AND MARKET SYSTEMS Within the framework of this project IOM will be in charge of the administration and management of grants to be selected to humanitarian organizations in order to provide a rapid response to humanitarian emergencies. The objective of the RRF – SS is to meet emergency humanitarian needs of the most vulnerable populations, namely those affected by new aspects of the ongoing crisis, either natural and/or man-made disasters, by providing a flexible, effective and need-based funds disbursement mechanism to humanitarian actors operating in multiple sectors of the emergency response.

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RRF GUIDELINES 2016-2017

2. OBJECTIVE The RRF – SS will target agencies and organizations that are working in emergency-affected areas of South Sudan and Abyei and have the capacity to swi