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IOM South Sudan External Update - August 2020

1.6 Million South Sudanese internally displaced persons (source: OCHA) 2.3 Million South Sudanese refugees in neighbouring countries (source: UNHCR) 895,375 individuals reached through COVID-19...

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WHO South Sudan Annual Report 2019

South Sudan has an estimated 11 million people (in 2018) and has some of the worst health outcome indicators globally, despite its modest improvements over the last five years. This is mainly due to...

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IOM South Sudan External Update - July 2020

Monthly highlights 24,349 individuals screened at IOM-managed COVID-19 PoE sites 80,949 individuals provided with safe drinking water 47,824 individuals received outpatient health consultations 7,611...

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IOM South Sudan External Update - June 2020

Monthly Highlights 31,266 individuals attended and received mental health and psychosocial support services in Wau, Malakal, and Bentiu. 1,416 Metric tons of humanitarian cargo delivered. 15,033...

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IOM South Sudan External Update - May 2020

SITUATION OVERVIEW Infection rates for COVID-19 continued to increase throughout May. This followed the lifting of government restrictions and the dissolution and reconstitution of the national body...

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South Sudan Humanitarian Fund Annual Report 2019

2019 IN REVIEW This annual report presents information on the achievements of the South Sudan Humanitarian Fund (SSHF) during the 2019 calendar year. Because country-based pooled funds (CBPFs) are...

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IOM South Sudan External Update - April 2020

SITUATION OVERVIEW On 4 April 2020, South Sudan confirmed its first case of COVID-19. Since then, cases have continued to rise, with 35 confirmed as of 30 April. The newly formed Transitional...

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