Sudan + 2 more

Sudan - Complex Emergency Fact Sheet #5, Fiscal Year (FY) 2016

Situation Report
Originally published



  • GoS, UN release 2016 HRP, calling for $952 million in humanitarian assistance
  • June and July flooding affects more than 17,500 people
  • UNSC renews UNAMID mandate through June 2017
  • More than 4.4 million people face acute food insecurity through at least September

Key Developments

  • The USAID-funded Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWS NET) projects that more than 4.4 million people in Sudan will face acute food insecurity through the end of the June-to-September lean season. However, the acutely food-insecure population is expected to decline significantly between October 2016 and January 2017 due to projected average harvests, reduced staple food prices, and increased income from labor and livestock sales.
  • From January to June, nearly 83,400 people fled from South Sudan to Sudan, primarily to Darfur Region, due to conflict, deteriorating economic conditions, and food insecurity.
  • Since late May, USAID has provided more than $79 million in additional humanitarian assistance—comprising approximately $55 million from USAID/FFP and $24 million from USAID/OFDA—for the Sudan response, bringing total U.S. Government (USG) FY 2016 humanitarian assistance for Sudan to more than $231 million.