End of programme evaluation for South Sudan, September 2018
South Sudan has been devastated by civil war. Inter-ethnic violence has displaced one in every five South Sudanese, and left most of the adult population without a stable livelihood.
The recent drought has further shattered an already unstable situation.
World Vision, with the support of the Disaster Emergency Committee (DEC) has implemented a two-phase project to support communities in Juba (Juba town) and Upper Nile (Malakal and Melut) by providing critical lifesaving support. Nutrition, water, sanitation and hygiene is a priority of the project.
This report assesses the project’s progress and results. As well as overall project impact and adherence to the core humanitarian standards.