A total of 11,332 and 19,592 under-five children in the Dadaab and Kakuma refugee camps respectively, from January to December 2015, received Integrated Management of Acute Malnutrition (IMAM) services for severe and moderate acute malnutrition.
UNICEF provided medical supplies (Ringers Lactate, Oral Rehydration Solution and antibiotics), which were used in the treatment of 211,283 children in cholera-affected counties from January to December 2015.
About 37,000 new IDPs from Jebel Marra have sought shelter in North Darfur.
The number of newly displaced in Central Darfur is unknown due to lack of access.
Aid organisations have been unable to assess needs or assist 5,000 people from Mulli who arrived in El Geneina in early January.
By 1 February, about 200,000 South Sudanese refugees arrived in Sudan, of whom 65 per cent received some form of aid - UNHCR.
New IDPs from Jebel Marra receive initial aid
10 February 2016 - The Ministry of Education with the support of UNICEF, launched a “Back to Learning Campaign” in Bentiu targeting the enrollment of 5,500 school age children.
Speaking during the launch, deputy top authority in Unity, John Juor Yoach said children are the future of tomorrow in any nation and the state government and its partners will work together as partners to promote educational activities.
UNICEF head of office in Bentiu, Michael Copland, said the campaign is aimed to mobilize the community and create an awareness of the importance of education.
Renewed fighting in the Jabel Marra area of Central Darfur has displaced an estimated 44,700 people. The displaced have sought refuge in Kebkabiya and Tawilla localities in North Darfur. Others have fled to Nertiti and Thur in Central Darfur.
731,071 Total number of refugees
38,858 Number of Unaccompanied Minors and Separated Children
49.7% Percentage of women and girls
56.6% Percentage of Children
Population of concern-updated
A total of 733,071 of concern (As of 31 January 2015)
USD 280.0 million requested
The current number of arrivals in South Sudan is now reported at 199,608. During the last three weeks, 4,720 new arrivals were identified countrywide.
UNHCR’s individual bio-metric registration is on-going in the White Nile State. Five sites have been completed and currently the last two sites are being covered, namely El Redis II and Um Sangor. The exercise in El Redis I was completed on 19 January. By 31 January, 62,108 arrivals have been individually registered.
- Funds are urgently needed for top priority frontline projects, pipelines and prepositioning ahead of the rainy season.
- Food insecurity increases at a time that is traditionally more food insecure.
- A survey in Unity has found high levels of death.
- Partners respond to the needs of new arrivals in Bentiu town as the population grows.
The civil war in South Sudan, which began as a political conflict between elites, has evolved over the past two years into a tribal war, reigniting historic grievances and encouraging military opportunism and revenge. The war is now perceived by many South Sudanese as a zero-sum struggle where the exclusion of competing tribes from political power and the monopolization of resources for personal gain have become the principal aims of the belligerents.
Syria: The military offensive in Aleppo governorate has displaced more than 40,000 people since late January, and the number of displaced is reported to be increasing. There is concern that a siege of opposition-held areas of Aleppo city is imminent. An estimated 20,000 newly displaced Syrians are stuck at the Bab al Salam crossing along the Syria–Turkey border, as Turkey has denied them entry into Turkish territory.
A total of 11,705 South Sudanese refugees arrived in Uganda in January. For the first four days of February, 425 individuals have been received.
Influx rate for over the month of October contin-ues to show an increasing trend compared to mid-September. Since the beginning of October, the daily average influx rate is 100 individuals which is high compared to the same period in September which was 4. This increase is mainly attributed to limited food at the household level. All new arri-vals are coming from within Malakal County, Wau-Shilluk and Ogod payam.
Summary of WFP assistance:
WFP's interventions in Uganda focus on three priority areas: emergency humanitarian action; food and nutrition security; and agriculture and market support, which includes Purchase for Progress (P4P). These are implemented through a Protracted Relief and Recovery Operation (PRR0 200824) for emergency humanitarian action and a country programme (200894) for food and nutrition security and agriculture and market support.
Joint Press Release
Juba, South Sudan, 4 February 2016 – The Government of Japan, based on its commitment to support the people of South Sudan and through partnership with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), delivered three ambulances to health facilities in three conflict-affected locations where there are 250,000 women of reproductive age in need of obstetric services.