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South Sudan Crisis Situation Report No. 54 (as of 18 September 2014)

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Some 3.1 million people have been reached with humanitarian assistance.

  • Malaria was increasing with the highest incidence in Renk and Malakal, both in Upper Nile State.

  • There was increased insecurity in parts of Jonglei, Lakes, and Upper Nile States - as well as in the area around Bentiu, Unity State.

Situation overview

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Kenya + 1 other
Kakuma Operational Update 11th – 17th September 2014

HIGHLIGHTS

  • As at 17th September 2014, Kakuma had received 43,253 asylum seekers from South Sudan. This brings the total camp population to 178,210. As at 15th September 174,398 refugees had been registered by UNHCR and DRA.

  • A delegation from WFP Ethiopia, UNHCR Ethiopia and the Administration for Refugee and Returnees Affairs (ARRA) conducted a day mission to Kakuma.

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IOM South Sudan Humanitarian Update 37 (11 -17 September 2014)

HIGHLIGHTS

  • IOM launches a new protection program to provide psychosocial support to conflict affected populations with the PoCs

  • Biometric Registration exercises completed in both the Bor PoC and Juba Tongping and UN House PoCs

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Ethiopia + 1 other
IOM SLO Response to South Sudan Crisis in Ethiopia - External Situation Report, 10-16 September 2014

HIGHLIGHTS

• Due to heavy rain, road access has been flooded. Hence, there is a need to explore the possibility of using water and air transport.

• 62,809 refugees (Leitchour 47,122, Matar 7,581, Nip Nip 2,854, Pamdong 2,452 and Pagak 2,800) need to be relocated to new camps.

• Total number of refugees evacuated by IOM: 171,733 from Gambella and 2,439 from Benishangul‐Gumuz.

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Sudan + 2 others
Sudan: Humanitarian Bulletin Issue 37 | 8 – 14 September 2014 [EN/AR]

HIGHLIGHTS

• Tensions remain high in Kalma camp in South Darfur as the Government mobilises more forces to conduct search operation in the camp where IDPs oppose the move.

• Over 277,000 people in Sudan have been affected by rains and flooding since late July 2014, according to HAC.

• The number of Sudanese migrants arriving in West and North Darfur after expulsion from Chad reduces, according to IOM.

• HAC in Blue Nile reports that inter-agency needs assessments will be allowed in six localities in the State.

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Sudan: Humanitarian Dashboard (31 August 2014)

OVERVIEW

A total of 6.9 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance in Sudan. Since the beginning of 2014, fighting between Government security forces and armed movements have led to the internal displacement of an estimated 399,000 people in Darfur. Ongoing conflict in South Sudan has led to an estimated 94,196 people crossing the border into Sudan. Heavy rains and floodings that began in late July 2014 have affected some 257,000 people.

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Uganda + 1 other
Uganda: Population Movement Revised Emergency appeal n° MDRUG037

The revised appeal will add epidemic preparedness and food security and nutrition to the existing operation. The host community will also benefit from the operation.

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World + 52 others
Global emergency overview Snapshot 10–16 September

The weekly Global Overview aggregates information from a range of sources and provides the latest updates on and a ranking of current humanitarian crises.

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Ethiopia + 3 others
Ethiopia Weekly Humanitarian Bulletin, 15 September 2014

KEY EVENTS

  • On 9 September, the Federal Flood Task Force revised the Flood Alert which was first issued on 18 August to urge Government and humanitarian actors to implement flood prevention and preparedness measures in at-risk communities.

  • Despite on-going reports of a deteriorating food security in Somalia, there was no major change in the Somali refugee arrival trend in eastern Ethiopia so far.

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South Sudan + 4 others
IOM Regional Response to South Sudan Crisis, External Sitrep, 8-14 September 2014

Highlights

South Sudan: IOM provides 30 litres safe water available per person per day

Sudan: Over 47,646 refugees have been tracked and registered by IOM.

Kenya: Heighted refugee movement recorded in Kenya this reporting period.

Ethiopia: Number of migrants relocated by IOM in Ethiopia reaches 173, 862.

Uganda: Uganda remains the second largest receiving country in the region for refugees from South Sudan.

Overview

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South Sudan Crisis Situation Report No. 53 (as of 11 September 2014)

Highlights

● The Humanitarian Country Team visited Lankien, Jonglei State where there was a spike in kala-azar cases.

● Security concerns in Bentiu, Unity State resulted in the suspension of fixed-wing flights to Rubkona and surrounding counties. Living conditions within the PoC site remained dire.

● Since 26 August, 10 cases of rape were reported at Bentiu PoC site. All incidents occurred when women left the site to gather wood or go to the market.

● Cholera continued to decline, with only 28 new cases in the previous week.

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South Sudan Crisis: Humanitarian Snapshot (as of 12 September 2014)

RESPONSE CONTINUES DESPITE ACCESS CHALLENGES

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IOM South Sudan Humanitarian Update 36 (4 -10 September 2014)

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Biometric registration is ongoing in the Bor PoC

  • CCCM State Focal Point Training in Juba

  • Rapid Response team deploys multi sector assessment teams in Pajok and Makog

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Ethiopia + 1 other
ACT Alliance Alert: Flooding in South Sudanese refugee camp, Leitchour, Ethiopia

Report
ACT Alliance

Geneva, 12th September 2014

1. Brief description of the emergency and impact

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Sudan + 2 others
Sudan: Humanitarian Bulletin Issue 36 | 1 - 7 September 2014 [EN/AR]

HIGHLIGHTS

  • In Kalma camp, South Darfur 336 cases of Hepatitis E were confirmed following laboratory tests in Khartoum.

  • Tensions remain high between displaced people and Government authorities in Kalma camp.

  • UNHCR supplies held at customs in Port Sudan have been released. These supplies will benefit more than 79,000 people.

  • SRCS appeals for $2.6 million to provide to assistance to over 223,000 people affected by floods in Sudan.

FIGURES

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South Sudan + 4 others
IOM Regional Response to South Sudan Crisis, External Sitrep, 1-7 September 2014

Highlights

South Sudan: Strategically placed CTS trucks continue to help partners across the country

Ethiopia: In August, IOM provided transportation assistance to 8,151 refugees from Akobo, Burbiey, Matar and Pamdong by road, air, and water to way stations and camps.

Uganda: IOM intensifies hygiene promotion campaigns in Moyo district.

Overview

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