Integrated Response Program is being implemented in two refugee camps of (Lasu, Gorom) and urban refugees in Juba town with integrated program interventions. The intervention sectors are education, health and HIV, livelihood, WASH, community services and protection to support the refugees achieve self-reliance. The refugees in the two camps of Gorom and Lasu are from Ethiopia (from Gambella) and from Congo respectively. The urban refugees are drawn from other different countries.
Goal/Objective of IR: Program goal/expected impact is work towards empowering the people of concern to become self-reliant and enhance their access to the right to work, supplementary food support, land and shelter and farming, potable water and sanitation facilities, health services and education.
The Specific objectives are:
- Population has optimal access to education
- Health status of the population improved
- Nutritional wellbeing improved
- Risk of GBV (Gender Based Violence) are reduced and quality of response improved
- Protection of children strengthened
- Community mobilization strengthened and expanded
- Supply of potable water increased or obtained
- Population lives in satisfactory conditions of sanitation and hygiene
- Population has sufficient basic domestic and hygiene items
- Services for groups with specific needs strengthened
- Self-reliance and livelihoods improved