South Sudan

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South Sudan and its people continue to reel from the impacts of years of conflict, violence and limited of development investment. Some 7.3 million people are facing problems related to their physical and mental well-being. Almost half of all counties have a convergence of high needs related to food insecurity, protection, and water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH). Lack of basic services is one of the main drivers of need and one of the main obstacles for people to begin recovering from the years of conflict and violence.
For 2020, an estimated 2.5 million children and caregivers in South Sudan are most at risk of violence, exploitation and abuse, requiring sustained child protection services.

Country Key Contacts

Joan Kipwola

Coordinator jkipwola@unicef.org

Bashir Said

Co-Coordinator Bashir.Said@savethechildren.org

Fedensia Hillary

Co-Coordinator childwelfarejuba@gmail.com

Anneli Berggren

Information Management Officer bberggren@unicef.org

Key Figures

2020 Response plan in numbers

2.5 M
People in Need
525,000
People Targeted
25 M
Funding Requested
5 M
Funding Received

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