South Sudan Crisis Situation report as of 19 January 2014 Report number 12

Report
from UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Published on 19 Jan 2014

Highlights

  • Over half a million people have fled their homes, including 494,000 people displaced inside South Sudan and 86,100 in neighbouring countries.

  • Some 67,400 people are sheltered in UN bases. In Juba, up to 80 per cent of displaced people in the UN bases are women and children.

  • Aid agencies have so far assisted over 212,000 people, with new response activities set to begin in Lankien, Jonglei State and Nimule, Eastern Equatoria State.

  • Though over half of the 200,000 children targeted for vaccination against measles have been reached since 15 December, the disease remains a major health risk in Bor, Juba, and Malakal.

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