Internal Review of NCA South Sudan’s Three Years Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Program
NCA started operations in Sudan in 1973, with a large multi-sectoral, highly operational program in Eastern Equatoria. During the drought in 1998 NCA expanded its support to Wau in the then greater Bahr el Ghazal (BEG) region. After the CPA, the greater BEG region was sub divided into various states, one of them being Warrap State where NCA later moved to continue provision of services to the people of this region.In 2010 NCA received approval for funding for a three year programme from the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs which sought to support capacity building for governance and sustainable peace, gender justice and to contribute to securing sustainable access to basic social services and food security in Eastern Equatoria State. There was a particular focus on Magwi and Lafon Counties but some ongoing activities in Warrap and Bahr al Ghazal States were also included in order to secure a smooth phasing out period over the forthcoming two years (see annex TOR). In 2011, NCA SS received funding from UNICEF for providing WASH services to internally displaced people, returnees and host communities in Warrap State.