The time for CAP 2013 is here! We are now beginning to reflect on what worked so far in 2012, and think forward to what the needs and strategy for addressing those needs will be for 2013. It is also a time for agencies to consider how they want to participate in the Education Cluster moving forward, and what plans they want to include in the Consolidated Appeal.
We are hoping to learn from your experiences about the emergency needs and what makes an efficient and effective response to ensure that we are stronger in our responses to acute emergencies in 2013. This will only be possible if we come together to jointly decide our strategy and consider the resources we need to meet the needs of children and youth affected by conflict and natural disasters in South Sudan.
There are three main parts to the process:
The CAP 2013 for South Sudan is now available online!! You can find the document online at www.southsudancap.info
Documents and Maps
CAP 2013 Proposal Development
Consultations - Reflection on 2012 and Planning for 2013As part of preparations for drafting the Education Cluster Strategy for 2013, the National and State Level clusters undertook a number of consultative reflections and planning processes:
In order to encourage more national and international NGOs to provide education in emergencies in South Sudan, the National Education Cluster organised a three day training workshop that aimed to provide participants with:
The Workshop was a great success, with 11 national and 4 international NGOs represented. To download the training materials, please click here; for the presentations, click here.
Education Cluster Partners are invited to the OCHA Technical Workshop on the 24th September, 1.30- 3.00pm at the OCHA conference room in Juba. Updated Project Sheet templates and guidance will be given at this workshop.
CAP 2013 Partner Project Sheets
For the Project Sheet template in Word format, for initial drafting processes (only!) by agencies, please click here. Education Cluster partners will be requested to use the Word format for ease of editing, tracked changes and comments up until the final version submission point. Final versions will be in Excel format as per the Online Project System requirements.
Project Sheet templates for CAP 2013 can be found here.
35 project sheets submitted by partners out of which 28 were accepted by the Peer Review as part of the Education Portfolio. The Panel assessed how far each project: targeted vulnerable populations and under served geographical areas; had a feasible budget and timeline; was in line with the Cluster strategy.
High priority: 14 project sheets
Medium priority: 9 project sheets
Low priority: 6 projects
The Education CAP 2013 Portfolio amounts to 32,875,637 $. To access the summary of all accepted CAP project sheets you can download the NEW CAP 2013 for South Sudan