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- East Africa: Armyworm Infestation - Mar 2017
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- South Sudan: Cholera Outbreak - Jul 2016
- Uganda: Yellow Fever Outbreak - Apr 2016
- Uganda: Measles Outbreak - Aug 2013
- Uganda: Cholera Outbreak - May 2013
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- Uganda: Marburg Fever Outbreak - Oct 2012
- Uganda: Ebola Outbreak - Jul 2012
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The THREE TRANSITION AREAS
RECOVERY AND DEVELOPMENT
Situation analysis: Migration season has begun, with nomadic camps reported ca. 45 km West of Abyei Town. Misseriya groups still oppose any border demarcation. There were road blocks particularly in the area 11 km North of Um Kheir (between Abyei and Mujlad) during the reporting week hampering access to the area.
The Three Transitional Areas
Situation analysis: Scepticism amongst Misseriya towards the PCA ruling persists. Fears over possibly losing traditional grazing rights need to be taken into consideration during public education on the PCA and progress in recovery.
The Abyei Administration is hindered by internal conflict. During reporting week the Governor Arop Moyak suspended the Minister for Local Governance (NCP). In addition the Abyei Legal/Prosecutor office was closed for two weeks, following a dispute between the Governor, the SPLM and GoSS- Ministry of Legal Affairs.
THE THREE TRANSITIONAL AREAS
Abyei area was calm over the reporting period. Access limited by rain or security concerns posed difficulties to the Boundary Demarcation Teams.
Migration: The Abyei Area Chief Administrator re-emphasized that the Government is committed to protect the Misseriya nomads' right to migrate.
Unified Mission Analysis Centre (UMAC)
United Nations Mission in Sudan (UNMIS)
An AMIS officer was killed in an ambush in Kutum, North Darfur.
On 1 February, a spokesman for the US State Department expressed hope that Southern Sudan will remain as the mediator of talks between the Government of Uganda and the LRA. The US was concerned that a change in mediator will only delay peace in the region.
The outbreak of acute watery diarrhoea in Yei town was declared over on 19 March, six weeks after it started on 28 January. The outbreak peaked sometime during the first week of February. The spread of the disease amongst the vulnerable population has been contained in Juba and Yei although occasional new cases and deaths are reported, especially from remote villages and health facilities.
The Federal Ministry of Health together with WHO, UNICEF and NGOs established after reports of outbreaks of meningococcal meningitis in the country.
At the Abuja talks, GoS announced that it had suspended its week-long "road clearing" operations in South and North Darfur.
On 15 Dec., the Naivasha peace talks resumed at the head of delegation level.
South Darfur: The security situation has calmed down but remains tense since 13 Dec.