- WFP South Sudan Situation Report #132, 27 June 2016
- MSF internal review of the February 2016 attack on the Malakal Protection of Civilians Site and the post-event situation
- UNICEF South Sudan Humanitarian Situation Report #88, 3 – 16 June 2016
Appeals & Funding
- 2016 Humanitarian Needs Overview
- 2016 Humanitarian Response Plan
- IOM South Sudan Consolidated Appeal 2016
- Humanitarian Action for Children 2016
- Common Humanitarian Fund (CHF) in 2016 PDF XLS
- Guide to Giving: Key ways of contributing to the crisis response in South Sudan
- WHO Humanitarian Response Plan 2016
In Democratic Republic of Congo, a total of 11,966 South Sudanese refugees are registered in the Haut-Uélé province of DRC, of which 11,120 biometrically registered and 846 pre-registered. Further verification missions are planned towards the month of June.
In Gambella, Ethiopia, UNHCR and most implementing partners have resumed humanitarian activities in Jewi, Kule and Tiekidi refugee camps, with the exception of Action Against Hunger (ACF) in Jewi camp. The security situation remains calm though fragile and unpredictable.
11.966 Nouveaux réfugiés sud soudanais arrivés en RDC fin 2015.
112.785 Réfugiés centrafricains vivant en RDC.
517.326 Réfugiés de la RDC en Afrique.
2.445 Réfugiés rapatriés de la RDC en 2016.
En mai, 217 nouveaux réfugiés centrafricains (72 ménages) ont été enregistrés et relocalisés au camp de réfugiés de Boyabu. Ils sont arrivés par Batanga, Sud Ubani.
11,966 Newly arrived South Sudanese refugees in DRC since late 2015.
112,785 Refugees from the Central African Republic in the DRC.
517,326 Congolese refugees in African countries 2,445 Refugees repatriated from DRC in 2016.
In May, 217 newly arrived refugees (72 households) from the Central African Republic were registered and relocated to Boyabu refugee camp. They had arrived in Batanga, in South Ubangi.
GINEBRA, 20 de junio de 2016 (ACNUR) - El conflicto y la persecución provocaron que el desplazamiento forzado aumentase considerablemente en 2015, alcanzando el mayor nivel jamás registrado y provocando un sufrimiento humano tremendo, de acuerdo con el informe presentado hoy por ACNUR, la Agencia de la ONU para los Refugiados.
Les conflits et la persécution ont causé des déplacements forcés à travers le monde ayant fortement augmenté en 2015 pour atteindre le plus haut niveau jamais enregistré, ce qui représente d’immenses souffrances, selon un rapport publié aujourd’hui par le HCR, l’Agence des Nations Unies pour les réfugiés.
With 1 human in every 113 affected, forced displacement hits record high
Conflict and persecution caused global forced displacement to escalate sharply in 2015, reaching the highest level ever recorded and representing immense human suffering, according to a report released today by UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency.
A total of 231,581
South Sudanese arrivals in Sudan since 15 December 2013.
*This figure does not include a number of South Sudanese living with host communities.
Number of South Sudanese arrivals residing in the eight sites of White Nile State, based on UNHCR individual registration.
Number of South Sudanese arrivals to East Darfur since January 2016.
This matrix is prepared and published monthly, representing what happened in various sectors in the particular reference month. This indicators matrix is a step towards showing a comprehensive picture of the current situation in Gambella region and establishing a basis for initial trend and gap analysis. In order to better understand the matrix, following are the explanatory notes on some of the sector indicators.
Total number of South Sudanese refugees and asylum-seekers registered and active in Uganda (as of 31 May 2016).
New arrivals since 1 Jan 2016.
Urban refugees and asylum seekers
Refugees in settlements.
Settlement breakdown of SSD refugees and asylum seekers registered in 2016 (as 24 May):
Refugees received in Adjumani
275.7 M required for 2016 including special situations
47.9 M contributions received, representing 17% of requirements
227.7 M overall funding gap for South Sudan
Refugees and host communities received seeds and tools from UNHCR and FAO
Vulnerable IDPs received non-‐food items across South Sudan
Children reached with Blanket Supplementary Feeding in Upper Nile
Refugees and partners received protection training from UNHCR