GIEWS Country Brief South Sudan: 01-August-2019

FOOD SECURITY SNAPSHOT

Dire food security situation, with about 7 million people (60 percent of total population) estimated to be severely food insecure

Delayed first season harvests in southern key producing areas due to late onset of seasonal rains affected …

GIEWS Country Brief South Sudan: 01-August-2019

FOOD SECURITY SNAPSHOT

Dire food security situation, with about 7 million people (60 percent of total population) estimated to be severely food insecure

Delayed first season harvests in southern key producing areas due to late onset of seasonal rains affected …

IGAD Engages in Regional Discussions of Free Movement of Persons

June 24, 2019 (ENTEBBE, Uganda): The Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) today opened the ‘IGAD Member States Validation Meeting on the Draft Protocol on Free Movement of Persons and Its Road Map for Negotiation and Implementation’ in Entebbe under the …

South Sudan: Mobility Tracking Round 5 – IDPs and Returnees by sub-area (Payam) Summaries, maps and datasets

IOM’s Displacement Tracking is pleased to share with you several maps and a dataset detailing data on the numbers and locations of IDPs and returnees in all counties for 444 sub-areas (payam) disaggregated by period of displacement / return (data …

Emergency Shelter and NFI Post-Distribution Monitoring Report Greater Mundri, 06-10/06/2019

Give a brief introduction of context from alert date, assessment/verification, to distribution?

During the 2015 South Sudan conflict that escalated to the Western Equatoria State in 2016, many lives were lost, masses displaced, property burnt and some looted resulting into …

SNFI Assessment-Verification Report Wuluturu, 7 June 2019

Besides population counts, the survey conducted yielded these results:

Households surveyed reporting vulnerability: 38% fall under the female/child headed vulnerability criteria 20% fall under the widow headed criteria 30% fall under HH w/ Malnourished and lt;5 or pregnant and/or lactating …

UNMISS repairs 2500kms of roads to encourage economic growth and peace in South Sudan

Engineers serving with the United Nations Mission in South Sudan have repaired more than 2500 kilometers of roads to support economic growth and rapprochement so the conflict-affected country can build a peaceful and more prosperous future.

When South Sudan gained …

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