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08 Apr 2015 description

The Joint Technical Committee on the Passage of Humanitarian Assistance from Sudan to South Sudan - comprised of representatives of the Governments of South Sudan, Sudan and the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) - is pleased to highlight the progress made in the operation of passage of life-saving food assistance to populations affected by the conflict in South Sudan.

26 Jan 2014 description

Highlights
- The proportion of health facilities in Maban that submitted the weekly reports to the state and central level was 15 out of 23 bringing completeness to 65.2%. (See list of health facilities in Maban and supporting partners on page 2). All the seven facilities serving the refugees in Maban reported on time in week 4, while those serving the host communities were 8 out of 16 facilities that reported.
- Only one out of the three facilities serving Yida refugee camp reported this week.

19 Jan 2014 description

Highlights

  • The proportion of health facilities in Maban that submitted the weekly reports to the state and central level was 15 out of 23 bringing completeness to 65.2%. (See list of health facilities in Maban and supporting partners on page 2). All the seven facilities serving the refugees in Maban reported on time in week 3, while those serving the host communities were 8 out of 16 facilities that reported.

  • Only one out of the three facilities serving Yida refugee camp reported this week.

12 Jan 2014 description

Highlights

  • The proportion of health facilities in Maban that submitted the weekly reports to the state and central level was 15 out of 23 bringing completeness to 65.2%. (See list of health facilities in Maban and supporting partners on page 2). All the seven facilities serving the refugees in Maban reported on time in week 2, while those serving the host communities were 8 out of 16 facilities that reported.

  • Only one out of the three facilities serving Yida refugee camp reported this week.

05 Jan 2014 description

Highlights

  • The proportion of health facilities in Maban that submitted the weekly reports to the state and central level was 12 out of 23 bringing completeness to 52.2%. (See list of health facilities in Maban and supporting partners on page 2). Four out of seven facilities serving the refugees in Maban reported on time in week 1, while those serving the host communities were 8 out of 16 facilities that reported.

  • All the three facilities serving Yida refugee camp did not report this week.

05 Jan 2014 description

Highlights

  • The proportion of health facilities in Maban that submitted the weekly reports to the state and central level was 15 out of 23 bringing completeness to 65.2%. (See list of health facilities in Maban and supporting partners on page 2). Four out of seven facilities serving the refugees in Maban reported on time in week 52, while those serving the host communities were 11 out of 16 facilities that reported.

  • All the three facilities serving Yida refugee camp did not report this week.

05 Jan 2014 description

Highlights

  • The proportion of health facilities in Maban that submitted the weekly reports to the state and central level was 17 out of 23 bringing completeness to 73.9%. (See list of health facilities in Maban and supporting partners on page 2). Six out of seven facilities serving the refugees in Maban reported on time in week 51, while those serving the host communities were 11 out of 16 facilities that reported.

  • All the three facilities serving Yida refugee camp did not report this week.

14 Nov 2013 description

(Juba, 14 November 2013) The Government of South Sudan and the aid agencies launched the humanitarian appeal for 2014-2016 today, unveiling an innovative new direction for humanitarian action in South Sudan.

The three-year appeal seeks US$1.1 billion to meet the needs of the most vulnerable 3.1 million people across the country in 2014. This comes to some $355 per person targeted to receive assistance, including emergency health, food and nutrition support.

22 Oct 2013 description

JUBA, 22 October 2013 (NASS) – The Republic of Sudan has responded to South Sudan’s appeal by pledging 5000 tonnes of sorghum in aid of humanitarian support to the victims of floods in the country.

The Sudanese ambassador to South Sudan, Mutrif Sidiq said the government of Sudan is planning to send sorghum by river. He said the aid will arrive in Juba soon.
He also said that besides sorghum other assorted food items, tents, mosquito nets and medicines are on the way now to be distributed to the eight states affected by the flood.

17 Jul 2013 description

Highlights

  • The proportion of health facilities in Maban that submitted the weekly reports to the state and central level was 20 out of 24 bringing completeness to 83.3%. (See list of health facilities in Maban and supporting partners on page 2). All facilities serving the refugees in Maban reported on time in week 27, while those serving the host communities were 12 out of 16 facilities.

  • All the three health facilities serving Yida refugee camp reported on time this week.

14 Jul 2013 description

Highlights

  • The proportion of health facilities in Maban that submitted the weekly reports to the state and central level was 20 out of 24 bringing completeness to 83.3%. (See list of health facilities in Maban and supporting partners on page 2). All facilities serving the refugees in Maban reported on time in week 28, while those serving the host communities were 12 out of 16 facilities.

  • All the three health facilities serving Yida refugee camp reported on time this week.

10 Jul 2013 description

Highlights

  • The proportion of health facilities in Maban that submitted the weekly reports to the state and central level was 20 out of 24 bringing completeness to 83.3%. (See list of health facilities in Maban and supporting partners on page 2). All facilities serving the refugees in Maban reported on time in week 26, while those serving the host communities were 12 out of 16 facilities.

  • All the three health facilities serving Yida refugee camp did not reported on time this week.

03 Jul 2013 description

Highlights

 The proportion of health facilities in Maban that submitted the weekly reports to the state and central level was 20 out of 24 bringing completeness to 83.3%. (See list of health facilities in Maban and supporting partners on page 2). All facilities serving the refugees in Maban reported on time in week 25, while those serving the host communities were 12 out of 16 facilities.

 All the three health facilities serving Yida refugee camp reported on time this week.

21 Apr 2013 description

Highlights

  • The proportion of health facilities in Maban that submitted the weekly reports to the state and central level reduced to 17 bringing completeness to 77.3% (17 out of 22). (See list of health facilities in Maban and supporting partners on page 2). Five facilities serving the refugees in Maban reported on time in week 15, while reporting from facilities serving the host communities increased to 12 out of 15 facilities.

  • All the health facilities serving Yida refugee camp reported on time this week.

14 Apr 2013 description

Highlights

  • The proportion of health facilities in Maban that submitted the weekly reports to the state and central level reduced to 15 bringing completeness to 68.2% (15 out of 22). (See list of health facilities in Maban and supporting partners on page 2). Only 4 facilities serving the refugees in Maban reported on time in week 15, while reporting from facilities serving the host communities reduced to 11 out of 15 facilities.

  • Only one health facility serving Yida refugee camp reported on time this week.

16 Mar 2013 description

Highlights

  • The proportion of health facilities in Maban submitting weekly reports to the state and central level remained at 77% (17 out of 22) for third week in a row. (See list of health facilities in Maban and supporting partners in page 2). All the seven facilities serving the refugees in Maban reported in week 10, while reporting from facilities serving the host communities remained stable this week at 10 out of 15 facilities for the second consecutive week

03 Mar 2013 description

Highlights

  • The proportion of health facilities in Maban submitting weekly reports to the state and central level increased this week to 77% (17 out of 22) as compared to week 7 (see list of health facilities in Maban and supporting partners in page 2). All the seven facilities serving the refugees in Maban reported in week 8, while reporting from facilities serving the host communities remained stable this week with 10 out of 15 facilities reporting.

  • All three health facilities serving Yida refugee camp reported on time this week

24 Feb 2013 description

Highlights

  • The proportion of health facilities in Maban submitting weekly reports to the state and central level increased this week to 73% (16 out of 22) as compared to week 6 (see list of health facilities in Maban and supporting partners in page 2). Six health facilities serving refugees in Maban reported this week out of Seven facilities (Batil clinic supported by MSF Holland did not report this week), while reporting from facilities serving the host communities improved this week 10 out of 15 facilities reported (Doro SIM started submitting reports)

19 Feb 2013 description

Highlights

• The proportion of health facilities in Maban submitting weekly reports to the state and central level increased this reporting period to 68% (15 out of 22) as compared to week 5 (Refer table 1 for details of health facilities in Maban and Yida by supporting partners). Six health facilities serving refugees in Maban reported this week (6 out of 7 facilities), while 9 health facilities serving host communities reported this week (9 out of 15 facilities). All three health facilities serving Yida refugee camp reported in week 6.

25 Jul 2012 description

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  1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The South Sudan national mine action strategic plan was developed by the South Sudan Mine Action Authority, with the assistance of the United Nations Mine Action Coordination Centre (UNMACC) and the Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining (GICHD).