South Sudan Crisis Situation report as of 23 January 2014 Report number 13

from UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Published on 23 Jan 2014


  • Around 575,500 people are displaced inside South Sudan, and another 112,200 people have fled to neighbouring countries.

  • Aid organizations have assisted over 251,000 people so far; the majority outside UN bases in rural areas.

  • Some 76,000 people – the highest number since the start of the conflict – are sheltered in eight UN bases, including 27,000 people in Malakal and over 35,000 in the two bases in Juba.

  • Over 100 aid workers were relocated from Mingkaman, Lakes State, on 22 January following clashes nearby, causing a temporary suspension of aid operations in the area.

  • Health staff traveled to Bor on 23 January to prepare for a measles vaccination campaign to start on 24 January.

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