Humanitarian Bulletin Sudan Issue 05 | 27 January - 2 February 2014 [EN/AR]
Government aid institutions, the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) and partner organisations estimate that some 23,300 people have arrived from South Sudan, excluding arrivals in Abyei.
The S3M survey is a “gold mine” of credible data on child malnutrition and its underlying causes, according to UNICEF.
Negotiations between the Government and SPLM-N will resume on 13 February in Addis Ababa under the auspices of AUHIP, says a senior Government official.
A joint HAC/Humanitarian Partners assessment mission left Kadugli town on 2 February to assess the needs of returnees in Abu Kershola, South Kordofan.
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