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South Sudan Situation Report No. 79

In a recent  a recent report from the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA):

  • A humanitarian barge departed Bor on 16 March. The barge was
    South Sudan Situation Report No. 79

    South Sudan Situation Report No. 79

    carrying over 1,000 mt of relief items to Malakal.

  • So far in 2015, 214,950 children (37 per cent girls) have been reached with education support in South Sudan.
  • There were reports of localized population displacement following fighting in Greater Upper Nile as well as inter-communal violence in Lakes State.
  • Humanitarian partners have reviewed service provision in Mingkaman in order to rationalise them and prioritise life-saving assistance.

Read more: South Sudan: Crisis Situation Report No. 79.

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Serve Now: South Sudan Children Are Plagued By Hunger, Disease & Insecurity


A nation in crisis!

  •  400,000 plus people left Southern Sudan because of hunger and diseases like Cholera. OCHA South Sudan (Read More)
  • “With the situation the way it is currently, people in South Sudan do not get scared of death anymore.” Abila Tom Reuben – Voice for Change (VOA NEWS) (Read More)
  • 3.5 million (estimated) South Sudanese people are facing crisis or emergency levels of food insecurity. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (Read More)
  • 235,000 children under the age of five will requite treatment for severe acute malnutrition. UNICEF (Read More)

South Sudan needs your help! Visit the Council on Foreign Relations and connect with an organization! Search: Humanitarian Relief Organizations. (Learn More)

 

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Serve Now: Fight Against Hunger & Disease In South Sudan!


OCHA South Sudan recently reported:

“…606,230 children aged 6 to 59 months have been screened for acute malnutrition since January, including 8,900 [As of July 2014]. Seven percent were identified with severe acute malnutrition (SAM) and 13 per cent with moderate acute malnutrition (MAM).”

The children of #SouthSudan need your love and support! Visit the Council on Foreign Relations and connect with an organization! Search: Humanitarian Relief Organizations (Learn More).

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