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SUDAN RECOVERY FUND AND FRAMEWORK for SOUTHERN SUDAN. Purpose. Urgent delivery of peace dividends; Finance outstanding recovery gaps; Promote shift from Humanitarian to recovery/development in support of national accountability and ownership;

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purpose
Purpose

Urgent delivery of peace dividends;

Finance outstanding recovery gaps;

Promote shift from Humanitarian to recovery/development in support of national accountability and ownership;

Lays the foundations for sustainable development and lasting peace through capacity building and promotion of community security.

how is srf different
How is SRF different?
  • Support capacity building for recovery at all levels with special emphasis on counties and communities;
  • Focus on quick delivery and peace dividends while laying foundations for sustainable development;
  • Emphasis on underserved areas;
  • Address special needs of returnees, demobilized forces and other vulnerable groups;
  • Community engagement and empowerment to manage local recovery and security;
continued
Continued
  • Decentralized planning, coordination and implementation;
  • Capacity building for Southern Sudan Reconstruction and Development Fund (SSRDF) for transition in 2011;
  • Flexible funding for activities critical to stability and peace;
  • 18 — 36 Months flexible planning and implementation cycle;
  • Speedy access by NGOs and UN within this longer-term planning horizon, including direct access to national NGOs.
  • Typical Funding Level: $250,000 to $3,000,000
proposed recovery framework
Proposed Recovery Framework
  • Final framework and prioritization to be done by the SRF Steering Committee;
  • Developed in broad consultation with partners;
  • Based on GoSS Priority areas:
    • Security
    • Roads
    • Primary Health Care
    • Basic Education
    • Water
    • Production (Livelihoods)
srf is operational
SRF is Operational
  • Key donors endorsed but requested a recovery strategy on which the SRF would be based. A proposed recovery framework was prepared in consultation with all parties. (December 07)
  • MDTF and NGOs endorsed. (February 08)
  • GoSS approved. (April 08)
  • Administrative Agent Office established in Juba (April 08)
  • Interim Steering Committee meets for first time (April 08)
  • GoSS agrees to two co-chairs which would include a donor representative
next steps
Next Steps
  • Recruitment process to be completed and Technical Secretariat (TS) established;
  • SRF and MDTF TS to meet and propose planning and policy coordination;
  • Interim Steering Committee to review Recovery Framework and agree on content, focus and prioritization;
  • Allocation policy paper based on written donor pledges;
  • TS to develop operational manual and map business processes;
  • First round of call for proposals.