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14 Mar 2017 description

SOUTH SUDAN

As of 9 March, lack of drinking water is reported by 30,000 recently displaced people in Kodok area in Upper Nile. People are drinking untreated water, concerning as cases of cholera were confirmed in Malakal this week. The cholera outbreak has spread to more areas this year and is lasting longer than previous outbreaks.

South Sudan is experiencing deteriorating food security and nutrition countrywide and humanitarian operations are limited as the government has increased work permit fees from USD 11 to USD 10,000.

07 Aug 2014 description

Crisis Overview

  • Violence broke out in Juba on 15 December 2013 between government and opposition forces and quickly spread to other locations in South Sudan. Nearly eight months later, the situation is still tense, violence is ongoing and the humanitarian situation is deteriorating, with high levels of food insecurity and humanitarian agencies warning of the possibility of famine.

05 May 2014 description

Crisis overview

  • Violence broke out in Juba on 15 December between Government and opposition forces and quickly spread to other locations in South Sudan. Almost five months later the security situation remains fluid, with insecurity particularly affecting Jonglei, Upper Nile and Unity. Insecurity is likely to spread in coming months beyond these States.

05 Feb 2014 description

Crisis Overview

 On 15 December 2013, violent clashes erupted in Juba between Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) soldiers from rival political and ethnic groups. Subsequently President Salva Kiir accused Riek Machar, the former Vice-President who was removed from office in July 2013, of an attempted coup, an accusation Machar has repeatedly denied. The violence quickly spread to other locations in late December 2013, with heavy fighting between Government and opposition forces in Central Equatoria, Jonglei, Unity and Upper Nile states.

14 Jan 2014 description

South Sudan: Ethnic violence which erupted in mid-December continues, with heavy fighting reported in the states of Jonglei and Unity, and sporadic clashes reported in Upper Nile and Central Equatoria. While numbers cannot be verified due to limited access, thousands of people have been killed or injured and reports indicate that civilians are being targeted in attacks, forcing an estimated 400,000 to flee, mostly internally.