South Sudan Crisis Situation report as of 10 February 2014 Report number 18
An estimated 723,900 people are displaced inside South Sudan. Another 145,000 people have fled to nearby countries, with the largest increase of arrivals in Ethiopia.
Inter-agency assessments to Rom and Paloich in Upper Nile State found new small pockets of displacement, with many people in transit heading further north.
The health situation in the UN Tomping base in Juba improved, with mortality rates dropping to below emergency levels.
So far, over 300,000 people have received some assistance in 50 locations. Unity State remained the most challenging area for the response, due to ongoing insecurity.