The number of people reported displaced by the current crisis in South Sudan is up to 121,600, including 63,000 sheltering in UN peacekeeping bases.
So far, 6,800 people of an estimated 25,000 people displaced in Juba have been registered. Over 4,200 families have received food.
Priorities for the response to the displaced are food, healthcare, shelter, water, sanitation and hygiene services, protection and camp management. Additional air assets and transport support are needed to enable the response.
Aid agencies need US$166 million to respond to immediate needs caused by crisis until March 2014.
- UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
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