South Sudan Crisis Situation Report as of 13 January 2014 Report number 10

from UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Published on 13 Jan 2014


  • The crisis in South Sudan deepened, with an estimated 413,000 people displaced within the country since 15 December. Another 74,300 people have sought refuge in neighbouring states.

  • The number of people sheltering in UN bases has risen to 66,500, with the biggest increase in Malakal where thousands of civilians arrived at the UN base on 12 and 13 January.

  • Aid agencies have so far assisted over 200,000 people affected by the conflict.

  • The provision of clean water to people displaced is exceeding international minimum standards of 15 litres per person and day, and provision in other locations continues to scale up.

  • US$105 million is still needed to meet the immediate needs caused by the crisis.

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