Thousands of Displaced South Sudanese ‘Suffering’ Without Food, Water

Officials in South Sudan’s Yei River State say thousands of people who fled their homes during fighting over the past two weeks are without food or clean water.

The Relief and Rehabilitation Commission in Yei River County says that up …

Aid Groups: Africa Welcomes Refugees, But Freedom and Jobs Needed

African nations, which host more than 20 million people forced to flee their homes, must enforce international agreements to better protect and provide opportunities for those escaping conflict and disaster, aid groups said Tuesday.

Refugees and internally displaced people topped …

Oman supports to remove Sudan from SSOT list

Cairo,: Oman has affirmed its support for the sisterly Republic of Sudan and efforts of the Arab League and the Arab Parliament to remove Sudan from the state sponsors of terrorism (SSOT) list.

“The Republic of the Sudan is a …

FAO in the 2019 humanitarian appeal: South Sudan – Humanitarian Response Plan 2019

to assist

4.8 million people

FAO requires

USD 75 million

period

January � December 2019

Despite the recent peace agreement, extreme levels of acute food insecurity are expected to persist in areas of continued conflict and poor harvests, calling for …

South Sudan Operation Overview – January 2019

Background

The Logistics Cluster facilitates the coordination of the logistics response in support of the humanitarian community.

Furthermore, it provides information management products to improve the decision making of humanitarian organisations in South Sudan. Where logistics gaps are identified, WFP, …

South Sudan Operation Overview – January 2019

Background

The Logistics Cluster facilitates the coordination of the logistics response in support of the humanitarian community.

Furthermore, it provides information management products to improve the decision making of humanitarian organisations in South Sudan. Where logistics gaps are identified, WFP, …

French Airstrikes in N. Chad Affirm Support for President Deby

When French fighter jets bombarded 40 pickup trucks of suspected insurgents last week in Chad, the former colonial power signaled an unprecedented willingness to engage openly in joint military operations in Northern Africa.

But observers, including Chadian opposition leaders, are …