Evaluation of the effects of triple crises: food, energy, and financial in Sudan

1 March 2023

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The Project seeks to evaluate the effects of Sudan’s triple crises (food, energy, and financial) on food insecurity, migration-related factors, the poverty of locals, internally displaced people, and host communities, as well as the country’s SDG roadmap. The assessment is anticipated to considerably contribute to the availability of reliable, timely, and usable data, including analysis and forecasts, of the impact of the triple crisis on Sudan’s most vulnerable people due to a shortage of data in the nation. This is an opportunity to assess the socio-economic impacts of the food, energy and financial crises on food insecurity, migration, and livelihood impoverishment of the resident, displaced, and host populations in Sudan. In assessing the degree to which the triple crisis impacts Sudan and its SDG roadmap, the assessment will provide key lessons learnt and recommendations and entry points for UN agencies to develop evidence-based programming strategies and policies in response to the triple crisis. The assessment will also identify important takeaways, suggestions, and entry points for UN agencies to implement evidence-based programming strategies and policies in response to the triple crisis.