Sustainable Return to bring together humanitarian and development actors for an

Sustainable return to bring together humanitarian and

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Sustainable Return to bring together humanitarian and development actors for an integrated response in selected areas of return. The framework proposes outcome-oriented multi-year planning and action to meet people’s immediate needs, reduce vulnerabilities and build on existing capacities to provide opportunities for a more resilient future and support durable solutions. The strategy marks a break from just assessing needs to analyzing coping mechanisms, risks, and vulnerabilities and to strengthen local capacity as part of humanitarian action. It also encourages a funding mechanism that involves investing in rather than spending on return communities. Ultimately, the return framework aims to ensure voluntary, dignified and safe return. This can be achieved by jointly addressing the lack of security (notably due to the absence of justice and police institutions), the lack of access to basic services, shortage of economically and environmentally viable livelihoods, and limited access to land and environmental assets.
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Collective outputs for greater sustainability. The Um Baru pilot. To put this into practice, a group of eight national and international NGOs with support from the UN is currently piloting this approach in the Um Baru locality in North Darfur. They have set up an Um Baru Coordination Mechanism to closely work between themselves and other operational partners in the area and are finalizing agreements to begin implementation. With a total of over US$ 750,000 funding provided by the Sudan Humanitarian Fund for a period of twelve months they are paving the way for a gradual reduction of humanitarian needs to ensure the more than 30,000 returnees in the area can withstand a range of shocks and crises.
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  • Summer '20
  • Dr joseph
  • Humanitarian aid, Um Baru

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