South Sudan Crisis: Key planning figures, needs and funding indicators for the humanitarian response

from UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Published on 14 May 2014

The South Sudan crisis has deteriorated signifi cantly. Targeted ethnic killings have taken on a new dimension in attacks in Bor and Bentiu, fuelling revenge. Food security experts are warning that famine is looming.

Displacement could affect 1.5 million people by year end and up to 863,000 may have left the country.
Epidemics are now a major risk, following a cholera outbreak in Juba. In total, the crisis puts more than seven million people at risk. To help, we must scale up now.

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