Discover JIPS’ Annual Report 2022, showcasing our commitment to supporting evidence-based solutions for internally displaced persons. Our approach to data collection empowers governments, civil society, and international stakeholders to work together effectively. It promotes national ownership of responses to internal displacement and the quality data that underpins them.
In this report, we highlight the significant progress achieved in 2022 on our 2021-2023 Strategy, and discuss the tangible positive outcomes in countries we supported: Mexico, Sudan, Burundi, Somalia, and the Philippines.
2022 also held many other highlights – such as JIPS’ annual donor-partner event in June. Mobilizing over 80 participants and high-level speakers from the UN, governments, and civil society, it produced six key takeaways for the implementation of the UN Secretary-General’s Action Agenda on Internal Displacement. JIPS also successfully kicked off its new Collaborative Leadership Programme (CLP).
Having advanced already far into 2023, this year holds exciting progress on country exercises we support as well as new collaborative projects that kicked off (incl. Azerbaijan, Mozambique, Cameroon) to accelerate progress towards durable solutions for displacement-affected people. JIPS’ new strategy for 2024-2030 is also in the making, expanding on the successes of the 2021-2023 strategy and addressing key changes, stakeholder needs, and opportunities moving forward.
We extend our heartfelt gratitude to all our partners, donors, and supporters who made these achievements possible. Together, we are creating a world where durable solutions to internal displacement are a reality and no IDP is left behind.