South Sudan

IOM South Sudan Camp Coordination and Camp Management: Mobile Response Bulletin July-September 2020

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INTER-COMMUNAL VIOLENCE INDUCED DISPLACEMENT IN JONGLEI AND GREATER PIBOR ADMINISTRATIVE AREA

The renewed waves of sub-national inter-communal violence that flared up in Jonglei and Greater Pibor Administrative Area in the second half of 2020 resulted in looting of humanitarian supplies, attacks and harassment of personnel and civilian abuses, and forced around 33,668 individuals (11,443 households) to flee for their lives seeking safety and protection at the UNMISS Adjacent Area (AA) and several spontaneous displacement sites throughout Pibor. As a response to the influxes and in close coordination with OCHA and CCCM Cluster, a surge CCCM mobile team was deployed to the area to coordinate the response on ground and engage with affected population on their needs and concerns. Core activities during the response included; establishing of coordination mechanism and Flow Monitoring Points, supporting advocacy and partner liaison, conducting engineering assessment and addressing protection concerns, community engagement and information sharing, and coordinating site closure with OCHA and other stakeholders.

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