South Sudan Crisis Situation report as of 6 February 2014 Report number 17

from UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Published on 06 Feb 2014


  • An estimated 738,000 people are displaced inside South Sudan. Another 130,400 people have fled to neighbouring countries.

  • The number of civilians sheltering in UN bases has dropped to 74,800, as many civilians left the bases in Bor and Malakal during the past week.

  • So far, around 300,000 people across 44 displacement sites have received some assistance.

  • Aid agencies have conducted about 20 inter-agency needs assessments, resulting in 159 response commitments.

  • The biggest funding needs in the South Sudan Crisis Response Plan are for food security and livelihoods, assistance to refugees, water sanitation and hygiene, and nutrition.

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