CCCM Cluster Bi-weekly Situation Report | 17 - 30 April 2017

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CCCM Cluster Bi-weekly Situation Report | 17 - 30 April 2017

CCCM, May 2017
As the security situation continues to deteriorate in the country, CCCM Cluster and RRP engaged in a joint contingency planning for all Protection of Civilian Sites (PoCs). The exercise analyzed possible implications on population influxes into existing PoCs. The Cluster then delivered a presentation to the UNMISS Mission Planning Group on joint RRP/CCCM Cluster contingency plans to ensure critical lifesaving services are provided to new Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) that may seek physical protection in the PoCs in times of high insecurity. The presentation detailed the complimentary support that would be required from the Mission for each location. RRP was tasked to lead internal UNMISS discussions to ensure readiness of the Mission on the required support, and for Juba to identify the relevant Sections/Individuals that humanitarians can work with.
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As the security situation continues to deteriorate in the country, CCCM Cluster and RRP engaged in a joint contingency planning for all Protection of Civilian Sites (PoCs). The exercise analyzed possible implications on population influxes into existing PoCs. The Cluster then delivered a presentation to the UNMISS Mission Planning Group on joint RRP/CCCM Cluster contingency plans to ensure critical lifesaving services are provided to new Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) that may seek physical protection in the PoCs in times of high insecurity. The presentation detailed the complimentary support that would be required from the Mission for each location. RRP was tasked to lead internal UNMISS discussions to ensure readiness of the Mission on the required support, and for Juba to identify the relevant Sections/Individuals that humanitarians can work with.