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- Sudan: Flash Floods - Aug 2013
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- Sudan: Floods - Jun 2012
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La dynamique des conflits a aggravé la vulnérabilité des populations, causé des dégâts à l’agriculture, aux pêcheries et aux moyens de subsistance pastoraux et porté atteinte à la liberté de circulation, aux échanges commerciaux et à la gouvernance locale.
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Conflict dynamics have increased the vulnerability of the population, damaged agriculture, fisheries and livelihoods, and affected freedom of movement, trade and local governance.
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KHARTOUM, 9 May 2018 (UNHCR): - The UN Refugee Agency welcomed today a generous contribution of USD 2 million from the Government and people of Japan to protect and assist South Sudanese refugees in Sudan. Japan’s funding will help UNHCR work with the Government of Sudan to address the increasing humanitarian needs of South Sudanese refugees who have sought safety in Sudan due to the continued violence in their country.
Khartoum, 28 January 2015 -- The Government of Japan has made a generous contribution of USD 750,000 to UNDP’s Strengthening the Capacity of the Sudan National Human Rights Commission (SNHRC) project which will be implemented from 2015 to 2018 with the main objective of supporting the SNHRC in the development of its operational, technical and legal capacities to become a cornerstone within Sudan’s national human rights protection system, in line with the Paris Principles.
March 24th 2015, Khartoum - The Government of Japan has allocated USD 2.5 million to UNDP’s Promoting Community Stabilization Programme. This generous contribution enables UNDP to support the Government of Sudan initiating project implementation immediately in the target states.
The Government of Japan has decided to provide USD 80 million in support of people of South Sudan facing dire humanitarian needs. A total of USD 80 million will be provided through various international agencies; approximately USD 56.7 million to help internally displaced persons (IDPs) in South Sudan, while USD 23.9 million is for South Sudanese refugees in Ethiopia, Sudan and Uganda.
This new pledge will be announced at the High-Level Event on Humanitarian Crisis in South Sudan, to be held in Nairobi, Kenya, on 9 February.
JUBA, 13 May 2014 – The Embassy of Japan and the office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in South Sudan (UNHCR) are pleased to announce a contribution of USD 6.8 million from the Government of Japan towards UNHCR’s programme for refugees in Unity and Upper Nile states. This is part of an overall contribution of USD 66.8 million from the Government of Japan for UNHCR’s refugee and IDP response operations in 18 African countries.
Japan has announced assistance of USD 1.5 million to support the ongoing peace dialogues on South Sudan. This contribution is a follow-up to the announcement by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the African Union's Headquarters on 14 January 2014 to provide approximately USD 320 million to respond to conflicts and natural disasters in Africa.
On Thursday, August 8, the Government of Japan decided to provide emergency relief goods (water purifiers, sleeping pads, etc) worth 16 million JPY to the Republic of the Sudan through the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) in response to the request from the Government of the Republic of the Sudan.
No: JP 05/13
The Government of Japan had decided to contribute a total of 53.3 million US dollars to the UN and international organizations to support consolidation of peace in South Sudan. This contribution comes from Japan’s supplementary budget for FY 2012 and is expected to respond to the emergency humanitarian needs especially for vulnerable people. While Japan’s contribution to African countries through this budget amounts to 525.4 million US dollars in total, more than 10 % of which is allocated to South Sudan.
1 . On Friday, July 13, the Government of Japan decided to contribute 2.04 million US dollars in emergency grant aid in order to support Sudanese refugees that fled to South Sudan due to the deterioration of the humanitarian situation in the southern part of Sudan.
2 . The increase of refugees has deteriorated living conditions in hygiene and other sectors in the refugee camps and scaled up the needs for humanitarian assistance.
1.On December 10, the Cabinet made a decision on dispatch of a Japanese Referendum Observation Mission to Sudan to assist the conduct of a free and fair Referendum, which allows the people of Southern Sudan to vote for unity or to vote for secession.
- On Friday, July 30, Japan decided to
provide through the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) an emergency
grant in the amount of approximately 8.17 million US dollars to assist
the conduct of the referenda in Sudan scheduled to be held in January next
2. The 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) brought the North-South civil war in Sudan to an end.
- The Government of Japan will dispatch
an election observation team to Sudan to assist free and fair elections
to be conducted in the general elections in Sudan scheduled to be held
from Sunday, April 11 to Sunday, April 18, 2010. The team will be headed
by Mr. Yuichi Ishii, former Ambassador of Japan in Sudan, and composed
of sixteen members including government officials and private experts.
2. The Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) signed in January 2005 put an end to the North-South civil war in Sudan, which had lasted for more than twenty years.
- On October 16, the Government
of Japan decided to extend emergency grant aid amounting to approximately
10 million USD (1.03 billion JPY) to support the implementation of the
elections in the Republic of the Sudan to be conducted in April 2010. This
assistance, which will be provided through the United Nations Development
Programme (UNDP), is the largest-scale contribution among Japan's electoral
assistances ever provided in Africa.
At the Fourth Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD IV) convened in Yokohama last May, the participants compiled the Yokohama Action Plan that lays out assistant measures to be implemented by countries or organizations.
His Excellency Dr. Luka Biong, Minister of Presidential Affairs of the Government of Southern Sudan,
His Excellency Dr. Barnaba Marial Benjamin, Minister of Regional Cooperation of the Government of Southern Sudan,
His Excellency Mr. Samuel Poghisio, Minister for Information and Communication of the Republic of Kenya,
His Excellency Mr. Farid Zarif, Chief of Staff of the United Nations Mission in Sudan,
- The Government of Japan has decided
to provide 1,575 million yen, as grant aid for peacebuilding, to the United
Nations Development Programme (UNDP) for "the Sudan Disarmament, Demobilization
and Reintegration Programme." Notes to this effect were exchanged
on January 8 (Thu.) in Khartoum, the capital of Sudan, between Mr. Yuichi
Ishii, Japanese Ambassador to Sudan, and Ms. Ameerah Haq, the Resident
Representative of the UNDP in the Republic of the Sudan.
(1) In South Sudan, despite the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement which brought an end to the 21-year-long conflict, approximately 260,000 Sudanese refugees still remain displaced outside the country.
(2) The number of returnees to South Sudan is anticipated to soar shortly. At least 80,000 refugees are anticipated to return within a year following the end of the rainy season in November. The anticipated general election in 2009, including the presidential election, will further accelerate the number of returnees.
On October 3 (Fri), the Cabinet made a decision to dispatch two members of the Self-Defense Forces to the United Nations Mission in Sudan (UNMIS) Headquarters, on the basis of the International Peace Cooperation Law.
The Government of Japan will dispatch a staff officer (unarmed) each to the following posts at the UNMIS Headquarters in Khartoum.