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Sudan - Joint Assessment Mission (JAM) White Nile, August 2017

The 2016 Joint Assessment Mission (JAM) is the first such exercise for the South Sudanese refugees in White Nile state and was initiated jointly by UNHCR, WFP and COR to 1) establish a comprehensive understanding of the needs, risks, capacities, and vulnerabilities of refugees with regard to food security and nutrition; 2) examine the ongoing humanitarian response; and 3) make recommendations to improve the provision of assistance. The findings and recommendations of the 2016 JAM will form the basis of the Joint Plan of Action, designed to improve assistance to refugees for the coming two years.