Completeness for weekly reporting increased from 89% to 96% while timeliness increased from 3% to 49% in week 50 when compared to week 49.
During week 50, malaria re-emerged as the main cause of morbidity among IDPs with Malakal PoC having the highest malaria incidence folowed by Lankien, Renk, Tongping, and UN House.
During week 50, Malakal PoC had the highest incidence for Malaria and AWD while Bentiu had the highest ARI incidence and Akoka had the highest ABD incidence.
Eight suspect measles cases were reported from Lankien in week 50, representing an increase from the five suspect measles cases reported from the same site in wek 49.
Three new HEV cases were reported from Mingkaman in week 50. The cumulative for HEV in Mingkaman is 128 cases including four deaths (CFR 3.23%) while the overal number of AJS cases from all the IDP sites has risen to 153 after two new AJS cases were reported in Bentiu during week 50.
There are no new cholera cases reported since week 47. The cumulative remains at 6,421 cholera cases including 167 deaths (CFR 2.60%) from 16 counties in South Sudan.
The under-five and crude mortality rates in al IDP sites were below the emergency threshold in week 50.