South Sudan Humanitarian Bulletin 16 - 22 September 2013

from UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Published on 22 Sep 2013

Situation overview

• Partners assessed 61,000 people affected by floods to be in need of humanitarian aid in six states. Needs assessments were still ongoing in accessible areas.

• Humanitarian partners completed registration of additional affected people in the Dorein area of Jonglei’s Pibor County, and reached nearly 8,200 individuals with food assistance in Labrab.

• Over 5,000 refugees have now moved to Ajoung Thok camp in Unity State, six months after the site opened to decongest the overcrowded and insecure Yida settlement.

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