UNDP is working with the Government, the Global Fund and IOM to address gender-based violence as part of mental health and psychosocial support programmes, particularly for women displaced by the three-year conflict.
The guidance provides an overview of the GVB key issues in the context of WFP’s operations. It helps staff and partners to identify and respond to GBV risks related to hunger, nutrition and WFP programmes.
An estimated 260,280 people in South Sudan's capital are estimated to be food-insecure. More than 90% of households have reduced the number of meals they eat per day and 53% have spent entire days without eating.
Movement of large numbers of refugees and soldiers, and the lack of access to testing and treatment, fuel the spread of HIV. Only one-quarter of the estimated 370,000 people living with HIV in DRC have access to ARVs.