South Sudan

South Sudan Humanitarian Bulletin | Monthly Update - April 2014

Situation Report
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• The humanitarian community in South Sudan called for 30 days of tranquility in the month of May to allow people to move freely.

• Up to 50,000 children could die if malnutrition detection and treatment services are not promptly scaled up in 2014.

• Shelter partners are scaling up response to meet the needs of newly displaced people through the rehabilitation of existing sites and the setting up of new locations.

• At least 3,000 people have arrived in a number of locations in the Abyei region after fl eeing violence in Unity State.

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