South Sudan Humanitarian Bulletin | Monthly Update - June 2014

Report
from UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Published on 30 Jun 2014

Highlights

  • Thousands of people fled insecurity and alarming hunger in parts of Unity State to seek refuge and assistance in the UN base in the state capital, Bentiu.

  • Cholera continued to spread affecting 2,488 people, including 59 killed by the disease, with outbreaks confirmed or alerts received from seven out of 10 states as of 30 June

  • Thousands of displaced people living in flood-prone areas were relocated to new or better sites to improve their living conditions amid ongoing rains

  • The revised Crisis Response Plan seeking $1.8 billion to assist 3.8 million people with lifesaving aid by the end of 2014 was launched on 14 June.

$1.8bn
Crisis Response Plan requirements
(FTS.org, June 2014)

42%
Funding received against requirements in the CRP
(FTS.org, 30 June 2014)

3.9 million
People at alarming risk of food insecurity
(IPC, June 2014)

3.8 million
People to be assisted by projects in the Crisis Response Plan
(OCHA)

1.9 million
People provided with humanitarian assistance since the start of the crisis.
(OCHA, 30 June 2014)

240,736
Refugees living in South Sudan
(UNHCR, 30 June 2014)

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