South Sudan Humanitarian Bulletin 25 November - 1 December 2013

from UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Published on 01 Dec 2013


• Registration of stranded South Sudanese in Khartoum got underway as aid agencies prepared to provide transportation to South Sudan to 19,000 vulnerable people later in 2013.

• Partners responded to a rise in kalazar cases in Upper Nile State, with 83 cases recorded between August and October.

• The health situation in South Sudan’s refugee camps has improved over the year, with mortality rates now below international thresholds for what is normal in settled populations.

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