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Sudan CHF 2012 1 st Round Sector Defense Sector: NFI & ES Jan 18 th , 2012. Blue Nile, South Kordofan, Abyei. CHF Geographical priorities Ensure emergency response capacity within the sector is maintained for :. CHF Sector Priorities:. Sector strategy for addressing the priorities.

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Sudan CHF 2012

1st Round Sector Defense

Sector: NFI & ES

Jan 18th , 2012


Blue Nile, South Kordofan, Abyei

CHF Geographical priorities

Ensure emergency response capacity within the sector is maintained for:


Sector strategy for addressing the priorities

Avoid pipeline breaks and maintain emergency preparedness and response capacity- adequate funding for transportation; timely procurement (secured)

Ensure critical gaps are covered -

Support national partners to apply for independent funding

Support capacity building for sector partners

Empower local populations and reduce aid dependency


Identified priority needs

Of the 1.9 million IDPs estimated in Darfur, the Sector has identified (based on needs assessments from previous distributions) 95,000 households (approximately 570,000 people) in Darfur thatrequire seasonal replenishment items. Contingency stocks for an estimated 5,000 households per month maintained for newly displaced due to conflict /disaster and returnees (target based on historical data)

In the Rest of Sudan, the Sector target is 119,000 households (approximately 714,000 people) displaced/potential returnees in SKS, BNS, NKS, Sennar, and White Nile State (based on the Contingency Planning figures of September 2011)


NFI & ES Sector Response

  • Timely provision of essential life-saving non-food and emergency shelter items to newly displaced households/ returnees within UNJLC’s target turnaround time for NFI requests of 7 calendar days.
  • Bi annual key seasonal items replenishment, based on needs assessments, prioritising female headed and most vulnerable HHs.
  • Promote sustainable shelter solutions for protracted displacements to encourage self reliance and decrease aid dependency.

CHF fund will be utilised to ensure:

  • NFI & ES items are procured timely and transported from the primary hub and pre-positioned in the secondary and tertiary hubs before the onset of the rains;
  • Needs assessments and distributions of replenishment items (2 jerry cans/ plastic sheet) are completed by partners for 95,000 households before the onset of the rains;
  • A full basket of NFIs is provided to newly displaced households as required on onset of emergency/disaster and to returnees

CHF funding is critical right now to meet these sector priorities. Without funding for 6 months:

  • NFI & ES stocks pre-positioned in El Obeid and the main warehouses in Darfur would not reach populations in need due to lack of funds for transportation to the secondary and tertiary hubs
  • Timely Sector response capacity to serve newly displaced households and potential returnees to the Protocol Areas with life-saving NFI & ES items would be compromised
  • Many partner organizations would not be able to participate in the seasonal assessments/distributions for rainy season replenishments in Darfur, leaving large geographic gaps
  • Projects promoting transitional shelters (durable solutions) towards reducing aid dependency would be put on hold

Ensuring value for money and low indirect costs

Highest score for average distribution costs per household served were capped at: 12 – 16 US$ for INGO; 5 – 8 US$ NNGO. Extra allowance for rural /deep field locations - Category ‘C”.

Highest score where more of the budget went directly to beneficiaries. In the case of partners that do assessments and distribute NFIs from the common Pipeline, staff costs were considered essential operational costs

Priority for National NGOs operating in gap areas, with minimal operating costs and proven capacity to deliver

Sector coordination of the NFI common Pipeline partners ensures no overlap in activities (i.e. double-dipping) geographic gaps are covered and beneficiaries receive timely assistance with WFPLCU’s target turnaround time for NFI requests of 7 calendar days


Summary of TRG-endorsed proposals

Core pipeline allocation (early funding received)– US$2,860,752

Additional recommended Sector Envelope: US$2 million

Total Sector requested: US$ 8,950,852

Total TRG-recommended Sector Envelope: US$ 4,860,752

Total projects proposals: 26

Total projects recommended for funding: 16

Recommended percentage:

Sector Envelope Including Core Pipeline:

UN +IOM- 67%; INGO - 18%; NNGO - 15%


Summary of TRG-endorsed proposals

  • Total Recommended Sector Envelope versus historical trend or basis for envelope
  • Approach to determining project allocation amount:
  • Project ranks in the top 10 in the technical evaluation criteria scoring worksheet
    • Top scoring INGO proposals recommended for US$ 200,000 (the minimum stipulated for budgets over USD 200,000)
  • NNGOs projects under the 200,000 threshold covering gaps in priority locations for timely NFI & ES assessments /distributions
  • Project promotes durable solutions- transitional shelters