South Sudan Crisis Situation Report as of 16 January 2014 Report number 11
Around 468,000 people are estimated to have been displaced within South Sudan since 15 December.
Another 83,900 people have crossed into neighbouring countries, over half to Uganda.
The number of people sheltering in UN bases remained around 66,900, with the largest concentrations of people in Juba and Malakal.
Aid agencies have so far assisted some 204,500 people affected by conflict. A key need is for healthcare, including surgical capacity, in conflict areas.
Displacement patterns are fluid, with initial indications that many people displaced may have been absorbed in host communities.
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