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CARE Sudan

Emergency Preparedness Plan

Draft, June 2008
Table of Content

Executive Summary 4

1.Emergency Response Team 6

2.Information Collection 7

3.Country Office Capacity Inventory 9

3.1.Country Office Organization Chart 9

3.2.Country Office Human Resources 10

3.3.Country Office Physical Resources 19

3.4.Country Office Key Staff Contact Information 21

3.5.RMU, CARE Lead Member, and CARE International Key Contacts 23

3.6.In Country Coordination Mechanisms and Contacts 24

4.Risk Analysis 39

5.Scenario Development 41

5.1.Scenario 1 – Drought and Conflict in Darfur 41

5.1.1.Scenario Description 41

5.1.2.Impact Analysis and Risk Reduction Measures 43

5.1.3. CARE Prevention and Mitigation Measures 46

5.1.4.CARE Response Strategy 47

5.1.4.1.Goal and objectives of CARE’s response 47

5.1.4.2.Criteria for engagement 47

5.1.4.3.Partnership Analysis 48

5.1.4.4.Geographic areas 49

5.1.4.5.Program interventions 50

5.1.4.6.Target beneficiaries 50

5.1.4.7.Partnership Arrangements 50

5.1.4.8.Key personnel requirements 51

5.1.4.9.Immediate procurement requirements 52

5.1.4.10.Logistics requirements 52

5.1.4.11.Trigger Indicators 53

5.1.4.12.Entry and Exit/Transition Strategy 53

5.1.5.Local Considerations 53

5.2.Scenario 2 – South Kordofan – increased displacement 55

5.2.1.Scenario Description 55

5.2.2.Impact Analysis and Risk Reduction Measures 57

5.2.3.CARE Prevention and Mitigation Measures 59

5.2.4.CARE Response Strategy 59

5.2.4.1.Goal and objectives of CARE’s response 59

5.2.4.2.Geographic areas 60

5.2.4.3.Program interventions 60

5.2.4.4.Target beneficiaries 60

5.2.4.5.Partnership Arrangements 60

5.2.4.6.Key personnel requirements 61

5.2.4.7.Immediate procurement requirements 61

5.2.4.8.Logistics requirements 62

5.2.4.9.Trigger Indicators 63

5.2.4.10.Entry and Exit/Transition Strategy 64

5.2.5.Local Considerations 64

5.3.Scenario 3 – Drought in North Kordofan 65

5.3.1.Scenario Description 65

5.3.2.Impact Analysis and Risk Reduction Measures 67

5.3.3.CARE Prevention and Mitigation Measures 70

5.3.4.CARE Response Strategy 70

5.3.4.1.Goal and objectives of CARE’s response 70

5.3.4.2.Geographic areas 70

5.3.4.3.Program interventions 70

5.3.4.4.Target beneficiaries Vulnerable 70

5.3.4.5.Partnership Arrangements 71

5.3.4.6.Key personnel requirements Darfur table) 72

5.3.4.7.Immediate procurement requirements 72

5.3.4.8.Logistics requirements 73

5.3.4.9.`Trigger Indicators 73

5.3.4.10.Entry and Exit/Transition Strategy (use common entry/exit strategy) 74

5.3.5.Local Considerations 74

6.Management Considerations and Gap Analysis 76

6.1.1.1.Personnel Requirements 76

6.1.1.2.Assessment and Analysis 77

6.1.1.3.Design, Monitoring and Evaluation 78

6.1.1.4.Human Resource Unit 79

6.1.1.5.Finance 82

6.1.1.6.Administration 83

6.1.1.7.Procurement 84

6.1.1.8.Program Logistics 85

6.1.1.9.Information Technology and Telecommunications 86

6.1.1.10.Staff Safety 87

6.1.1.11.Fundraising 88

6.1.1.12.Media 89

6.1.1.13.Information Management 91



7.Action Plan 93


Executive Summary

This EPP was developed by CARE Sudan Emergency Response Team (ERT) during the EPP workshop on February 17-21, 2008. The ERT has identified three highest disaster risk scenarios and developed a range of CARE mitigation and response measures in response to these scenarios.




Scenario 1: Due to the shortfall of the main rain season in year 2007 which contributed to low food production, further this aggravated by lack of free access to productive lands as a result of the continued conflict and war, low acceptance of the UN peace keeping forces by the populace, fighting between fragmented factions and GoS and border tensions and deterioration of humanitarian operations space there will be internal and external displacement, epidemic, lack of basic social services, environmental resource damage, loss of livelihoods, lack of individual and household security, malnutrition, food shortage, etc in South, West and North Darfur now and through the year 2008 and beyond.
Impact:

Total number of affected population 4.5 million people of which 2.5 million are living in IDP camps (Source Darfur Humanitarian Profile No. 29)

Number of affected population in CARE working areas: 1,749,231 people

Children (% affected pop.): 20% of the affected populations are children in Darfur

Women (% of affected pop.): 30% are women population
Scenario 2: As a result of heavy rainy season in Jun–October in South Kordofan which will cause floods in Southern and Eastern Jeble’s, Kadugli County and Locality and Talodi and Abu Jebha localities? People will be displaced due to the floods in search more secure places and roads will not be accessible, crops will be destroyed causing food insecurity. In addition the escalating tribal conflict due to political affiliations and dispute over land, livestock and water, most likely to affect Abyei, Lagawa, El-Sounoul, Dilling, Meiram, Muglad, Higlig and Karasana will cause displacement of people to the larger town in Kadugli, Dilling, En-nuhud and El Obeid.
Impact:

Total number of affected population 500,000 people

Number of affected population in CARE working areas: 100,000 people

Children (% of affected pop.): 48% (48,000)

Women (% of affected pop.): 32% (32,000)
Scenario 3: Due to reduced and change in the cycle of rainfall in North Kordofan the rain season from Jul-Oct in year 2007 was below the average. As a result the food production was not good in most of the rural areas of the state which will cause significant amount food shortage for rural people and lack of water both for human and livestock. In addition assets of people will deplete, loss of income, malnutrition, increased morbidity and mortality, displacement for other income opportunities/survival, increased food & water prices, cattle prices decreases, as people sell cattle to survive and cattle are not in the healthiest state, school attendance is affected, poor nutritional food as substitute. Also there will be significant effect on livestock pasture and water and health.
Impact:

Total number of affected population: 500,000 people (Rural) and 1,000,000 (indirectly affected in Urban)

Number of affected population in CARE working areas: Not operational

Children (% of affected pop.): 45% (225,000 children)

Women (% of affected pop.): 30% (150,000 women)

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