South Sudan Weekly Humanitarian Bulletin, 2- 8 July 2012

Report
from UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Published on 08 Jul 2012

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Humanitarian organizations in Upper Nile and Unity states are focused on sourcing clean water, and addressing health and sanitation issues, as refugee numbers continue to rise.

  • IOM tracking and monitoring estimates that 10,000 people are living in Abyei, with return movements occurring since late 2011 and accelerating since mid-June.

  • Food security partners are concerned about possible effects on crops and livestock from rainfall forecasted above 300mm in the western, southern and parts of central regions of South Sudan between June and August.

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