- OCHA Humanitarian Bulletin | Biweekly Update 30 June 2015
- UNICEF South Sudan: Cholera Response Sitrep #2, 30 June 2015
- IOM South Sudan Humanitarian Update 50 (12–25 Jun 2015)
Appeals & Funding
- South Sudan Humanitarian Response Plan 2015: Midyear Update
- IOM South Sudan: 2015 Midyear Crisis Appeal
- CHF (Common Humanitarian Fund)
- Guide to Giving: Key ways of contributing to the crisis response in South Sudan
The U.S. Government (USG) announces $133 million in new FY 2015 funding to the crisis in South Sudan
Approximately 7,000 South Sudanese refugees arrive to Sudan between June 1 and 4
The international community condemns the expulsion of UN Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator (RC/HC) Toby Lanzer from South Sudan
Violence in Blue Nile’s Bau Locality and East Darfur’s Abu Karinka Locality results in property destruction and population displacement
USAID/FFP provides approximately 47,500 metric tons (MT) of emergency food assistance to Sudan in late May
Trade and livestock vaccinations help to keep the peace between neighbors
June 2015—Despite a history of recurrent violence over cattle raiding and access to water and grazing land, cross-border trade and relationships are growing between South Sudan’s Northern Bahr el Ghazal state and neighboring Sudan.
Posted by Tom Staal and Linda Etim on Monday, June 8th 2015
News that the Government of South Sudan expelled the United Nations’ top humanitarian official in the country on May 29 has sparked outrage.
State/PRM announces nearly $79 million in additional funding for displaced persons in South Sudan
Insecurity in Unity State displaces approximately 100,000 people and leaves more than 650,000 people unable to access humanitarian assistance
Recent analysis suggests 4.6 million people may be severely food insecure by July
USAID/OFDA announces more than $16.45 million in new FY 2015 funding to support the humanitarian response in South Sudan
Violence escalates in and around Malakal town, Upper Nile State, triggering additional humanitarian concerns
Aid workers continue to face access constraints and dangerous conditions while implementing relief operations in conflict-affected areas of South Sudan
The United States announced the commitment of more than $16 million in new humanitarian assistance for nutrition, shelter, water and health services for people suffering from the ongoing effects of the conflict that began in South Sudan in December 2013.
Hostilities and criminality continue to result in widespread displacement and additional humanitarian needs
Health authorities report new suspected and confirmed measles cases; an ongoing vaccination campaign aims to reach 7.9 million children by May
USAID/OFDA support, including emergency water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) assistance, targets displaced and conflict-affected populations
South Sudan’s food security situation continues to deteriorate, with the early onset of the lean season and 3.5 million people expected to require food assistance by June
Armed group releases 650 children previously recruited into conflict
South Sudan Relief and Rehabilitation Agency (SSRRA) suspends decision to tax South Sudanese staff of aid organizations operating in opposition-held areas
Posted by Linda Etim on Monday, March 9th 2015
While South Sudan’s warring parties have failed to make necessary compromises for peace after nearly 15 months of conflict, the people of South Sudan continue to suffer, including millions of children.
In addition to the many hardships South Sudan’s children are facing since civil war erupted in December 2013, the re-emergence of forced recruitment of child soldiers threatens to rob another generation of their potential after decades of war and lost opportunities.
Protracted violence in Unity and Upper Nile states results in displacement, casualties, and property destruction
Humanitarian agencies continue efforts to improve food security with the delivery of emergency food assistance
Health organizations confirm a cholera outbreak in Eastern Equatoria State
Médecins Sans Frontières-Belgium (MSF-B) announces full closure of its activities in Sudan, citing inability to access populations in need.
Unidentified militants injure one and kill three Sudanese aid workers with the Sudanese Red Crescent Society (SRCS) in Blue Nile State.