- Executive Summary
The reported displacement of tens of thousands of people in South Sudan’s Greater Equatoria region reflects notable deterioration in security throughout July and August 2016. More than two and a half years since the beginning of the current conflict in South Sudan, 2.6 million people remain displaced, including 1.6 million internally displaced people, and 1 million that have crossed into neighboring countries, more than 200,000 of these since July 2016.
1. Executive Summary
The second phase of the multisector assessment took place in three locations in Ikwoto County from 1st – 4th September 2016 and revealed needs among both displaced and host communities, all of which derive from the compound pressures of conflict on existing food insecurity.
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Title: Assessment and Monitoring & Evaluation Officer
Country: South Sudan
Closing Date: July 28th 2017
Duty Station: Ikotos and Torit, Imotong State
Title: Project Coordinator – Multisectorial intervention
Closing Date: 28th of July 2017
Duty Station: Bujumbura
Period: 1 year
Starting Date: 1st of September 2017