Sudan Humanitarian Bulletin Issue 38, 24-30 Sep 2012

from UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Published on 30 Sep 2012


  • Seasonal flooding between June and September has affected over 258,000 people - at least triple the number of people impacted in 2011, according to inter-agency assessments.

  • The overall health of refugees in Upper Nile State reportedly improved during the week, with reduced rates of new cases of Hepatitis E identified in camps in Upper Nile State.

  • Breakthrough agreements on oil, trade and security between South Sudan and Sudan likely to improve food security and economic conditions for South Sudanese.

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