The Food Voucher Distribution to Newly Displaced & Host Families in High Priority Areas Project focuses on providing food assistance to newly displaced and host families in high priority areas (Nihm District) for 1577 vulnerable HHs, which means 11,039 members, through unconditional voucher transfers to newly displaced IDP households, host families IDPs, and trapped host populations due to the escalation in the conflict (in locations of origin and destination locations for newly displaced IDPs) meeting the FSAC targeting and vulnerability criteria. For the items to be distributed for the beneficiaries, the SDF will advertise for the tendering of all items needed as identified by the cluster. Then, the SDF will select the best supplier based on certain processes of accuracy, cost-effectiveness and access to beneficiaries without any discrimination between men, women, boys and girls. The SDF will agree with the supplier on providing the appropriate warehouse that will be an accessible distribution point for the beneficiaries and ensure the availability of all items throughout the project timeline. The SDF will benefit from the needs assessment conducted in the targeted area which identifies the different suppliers and the needs in the targeted communities. Moving to the distribution process, the foundation will at best seek to distribute all necessary items to the most vulnerable groups without causing any harm in terms of delivering the items to all different groups of conflict affected population. This will be managed through two teams who will be present in the distribution points to ensure the successful delivery of assistance with taking much consideration on all necessary procedures to keep the project on track and to the point. The SDF will seek to have an effective and meaningful impact on improving households' food security status through the successful delivery of basic food assistance. The SDF team will manage the baseline survey that's aimed at identifying the emergency needs prior to and after intervention. Also, the PDM survey will assist the team in assessing the implementation of activities during and after the interventions, ensuring the sound delivery of assistance and any potential risks and analyzing all stages. At last, the team will conduct the Endline survey to identify the percentage of targeted households with Household Dietary Diversity Score and the percentage of targeted households with Food Consumption Score.

 

To focus fully on the goals of sustainable

development and humanitarian response.