Site improvements for rainy season continue to pose challenges across South Sudan - latest OCHA report
Lack of engineering equipment is hampering the much-needed expansion of protection of civilians sites in Bor and Malakal. Contingency measures for a sudden inﬂux of displaced people need to be improved.
Reaching families in 49 IDP camps with mosquito nets before the rainy season starts in April is a high priority for UNICEF and partners since malaria is highest during this period.
The tidal surges also caused damage to five islands in Kiribati, making access to clean drinking water a key concern as groundwater sources have been contaminated.