- South Sudan Crisis - Regional Impact Situation Report #64, 30 September 2015
- WFP South Sudan Situation Report #96 26 September 2015
- OCHA: South Sudan Humanitarian Bulletin | Biweekly Update 18 September 2015
Appeals & Funding
- Common Humanitarian Fund (CHF) in 2015 PDF XLS
- South Sudan Humanitarian Response Plan 2015: Midyear Update
- IOM South Sudan: 2015 Midyear Crisis Appeal
- Guide to Giving: Key ways of contributing to the crisis response in South Sudan
The Commissioner said the attack was launched by elements of SPLA –IO who came from Panyijar (Unity State).Attack on Manteu Barracks, according to the Commissioner, is a proof that it was the SPLA-OI (rebels).
12 persons were killed in the attack (1 female, 11 male) out the 11 men one is a soldier and the rest are said to be civilians. 50% of the 25 wounded were reported brought to Rumbek State hospital while the rest are being treated in Maper (CUAMM PHCC. This was observed by the team)
Following reported bombings and claims of displacement in Raja Town. The Inter-Cluster Working Group (ICWG) in WBeG State requested OCHA to facilitate and lead and IRNA mission in the county to verify claims of displacement and assess the general Humanitarian and protection situation of both old and new caseloads of IDPs in the County.
The IRNA team had two major objectives:
• Humanitarians deliver assistance to hardest-hit areas in Unity before fighting resumes.
• After three months of negotiations, humanitarian partners and supplies were able to travel by river to Wau Shiluk.
• Clashes and insecurity in Central and Western Equatoria forced thousands of civilians to flee their homes.
• If additional funding is not urgently received, aid workers will be un- able to reach millions of people at risk of hunger, disease or death.
• FAO seeks $6M to assist 125,000 families facing increased risk of food insecurity and malnutrition in Sudan.
• GAM rate in North Darfur’s Ailliet locality stands at 25.3%, which is above the emergency threshold of 15%.
• Over 1,000 malaria cases— including 7 deaths—were reported in West Darfur.
• Some 13,500 IDPs forced to seek medical services at the UNAMID hospital in Labado, due to lack of medical personnel at the local clinic.
The purpose of this document is to outline the strategic objectives of the second standard allocation of the CHF for 2015. The paper summarizes the analysis, strategy and intent of the first allocation.
• One UNAMID peacekeeper killed and four injured in an attack in Mellit, North Darfur.
• Some 5,200 new South Sudanese refugees in South Kordofan’s El Leri locality need humanitarian assistance, according to HAC.
• IDPs in non-government controlled areas of Blue Nile, S & W Kordofan are facing severe food insecurity, according to aid organizations.
• IDPs in East Darfur’s Al Mina Al Bari area are concerned about the high dropout rate in local schools
• Funding for the 2015 Sudan HRP reaches 49%.
As of 24 September, the funding gap of the coordinated appeals framework is $11.7 billion, meaning that almost 60 per cent is not covered. In total, $19.8 billion are required for 2015. $8.1 billion have been received which includes $1.5 billion newly reported to the Financial Tracking Service (FTS) in September.
We’re here today to talk about a system which is not broken – but it is broke.
Humanitarian appeals have grown by more than 600 per cent in the past decade. The global humanitarian appeal now stands at nearly $20 billion. Humanitarian aid was originally supposed to be a temporary measure – a first aid box. But today, we find we are giving first aid for years, while the underlying causes of the crisis go untreated.
• National plan developed to scale-up community-based management of acute malnutrition across Sudan.
• 9,000 South Sudanese refugees in Kharasana, WKS including over 4,800 new arrivals, according to HAC.
• 1,700 IDPs in Nertiti, WJM in need of food assistance while 5,500 IDPs in Golo,
CJM facing worsening conditions due to rainy season.
• Water and sanitation situation in White Nile refugee camps improving.
• Community-based assistance planned for returnees and residents in North Darfur’s Tawila locality
• Nearly 78,000 displaced people are sheltering in Nyal, southern Unity.
• Concerning levels of food insecurity, as well as malnutrition among children and pregnant and lactating mothers found in Mvolo.
• The health situation in Bentiu PoC remains dire with malaria as the main cause of morbidity especially in children under age 5.
• In West Darfur, unidentified gunmen ambush a health ministry vehicle, killing two.
• In Sudan, some 3.1 million children are out of school.
• In Kassala and Red Sea states, FAO targets 45,000 people with nutrition interventions.
• In South Darfur, two aid organizations serving communities in and around Deriege IDP camp have secured funding from WHO to resume operations until the end of 2015.
• In North Darfur, an estimated 9,000 returnees in Tawilla locality need humanitarian assistance.
CHF SUPPORTS LIFE-SAVING ASSISTANCE - NEW CONTRIBUTIONS URGENTLY NEEDED
In mid-2015, the funding requirements for the South Sudan Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP) for 2015 were prioritised and revised. As of 8 September, US$878 million - 54 per cent of the requirements had been received, leaving a gap of about $755 million. Resources are required urgently to provide life-saving assistance and protection to people in need.
Over the past month, insecurity and lack of access to vital supplies have continued to force South Sudanese to flee in search of safety, assistance and protection. In August there was increased displacement from Unity and Upper Nile states due to fighting in and around Koch, Leer and Mayendit counties in Unity and Wau Shilluk in Upper Nile. Nearly 78,000 displaced people are now sheltering in Nyal, Panyijiar County, southern Unity, including about 18,000 who arrived in the past two weeks .