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Global implementation of PSEA in humanitarian response

Data Updated in 2021
Key Actions in 2021
  • PSEA common key messages disseminated
  • PSEA Focal Points/Network members training completed
  • PSEA activities integrated in Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP)
  • Allocation of PSEA fund through HRP or similar
  • SOPs on complaint and victim assistance referral developed
  • Contexualised curricula and GBV pocket guide on survivor support developed
PSEA Network Co-Chairs
  • UN Women
PSEA Network Membership
  • UN agencies
  • INGOs
  • NGOs
  • Donor
  • Government
  • International Financial Institutions
  • CSOs

PSEA Action Plan

Is the PSEA Action Plan costed and resourced?
PSEA Coordinator Contact

Maria Kjersem

Co-Chair Contact Information

Letty Chiwara, UN Women Country Representative to Ethiopia, AU and ECA;

Esperance Fundira, UNFPA Country Representative to Ethiopia

Funding needs in 2021
470 K
0 470 K
Allocated in 2021
PSEA included in HRP
Funding allocated on PSEA through
  • Humanitarian Response Plan or similar
  • The Central Emergency Response Fund
  • Country-based pooled funds
Estimated percentage of the affected population who can access safe and accessible complaint channels
If there is no bar presented, means that data is not available for that year
Estimated percentage of the affected population, particularly women and children, who can access SEA/GBV assistance
If there is no bar presented, means that data is not available for that year
SOPs are established to receive and refer allegations of SEA
  • Assessments, surveys, focus group discussions
  • Digital engagement Platform (social media, radio)
SEA reporting channels were established based on consultations with stakeholders
Integration of GBV referral pathways in PSEA Network SOPs
Status of development and implementation of SOPs for prompt, safe and survivor-centered investigations
Endorsed by HCT
The approximate time for an investigation to be initiated, upon receipt of an allegation
Within 7 days

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