South Sudan: Prospects for Peace and Development - International Development Committee Contents


Appendix: DFID's South Sudan targets (July 2011)

Pillar/Strategic Priority IndicatorBaseline (including year) Expected Results (including year)
EducationNumber of children supported by DFID in primary education in South Sudan 0 (2011)240 000 (2015)

180 000 = 75% girls

(End year snapshot)

EducationNumber of textbooks printed and distributed supported by DFID in South Sudan. 0 (2011)12.5 million (2013)
Poverty, Hunger and Vulnerability Number of people achieving food security supported by DFID in South Sudan 0 (2010)1 million (2015)
HealthCouple Years of Protection delivered through DFID funding in South Sudan (i.e. years of protection from unintended pregnancy for one couple) 0 (2011)143,000 (2015)
HealthNumber of people reached with one or more malaria prevention or treatment interventions through DFID support in South Sudan 0 (2011)762,000 (2015)
Governance and Security Number of people who vote in elections supported by DFID in South Sudan 3 million (2014)(End year snapshot)
Governance and Security Number of women with improved access to Justice Services through DFID support in South Sudan 0 (2011)250 000 (2014)
Humanitarian*Number of people reached by nutrition-related programmes through DFID support in South Sudan 2 million (2011)2 million (2014)
*DFID humanitarian assistance is based on an annual needs-based call for proposals. This operational plan will ensure assistance is delivered to those who need it. But it will also help build peace and stability so that people can look after themselves. Success might therefore be reflected in a reduction of the number of people assisted by our humanitarian spend.



 
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