South Sudan Crisis Situation Report as of 16 January 2014 Report number 11

from UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Published on 16 Jan 2014


  • Around 468,000 people are estimated to have been displaced within South Sudan since 15 December.

  • Another 83,900 people have crossed into neighbouring countries, over half to Uganda.

  • The number of people sheltering in UN bases remained around 66,900, with the largest concentrations of people in Juba and Malakal.

  • Aid agencies have so far assisted some 204,500 people affected by conflict. A key need is for healthcare, including surgical capacity, in conflict areas.

  • Displacement patterns are fluid, with initial indications that many people displaced may have been absorbed in host communities.

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