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Food Assistance for Food-Insecure and Conflict-Affected Populations in South Sudan

This Operation has been modified as per Budget Revision 2 (see below).

The Republic of South Sudan, the world’s newest country, stands at a critical juncture in its post-independence period. While remarkable progress was made during the six years of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement, culminating in the January 2011 referendum and independence on 9 July, life-threatening conditions still persist in many parts of the country. After nearly four decades of conflict, rapid rural transformation and livelihood improvement are among the top priorities for the new nation state. Faced with a multiplicity of challenges that are enormous both in scale and complexity, the new Government is struggling to respond due to limited institutional capacity, lack of basic infrastructure and insecurity. 

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Country at a glance 2014
Planned Beneficiaries3,422,607
Beneficiary needs (mt)0
Beneficiary needs ($US)909,330,796
Donors - 2014 ($US)
Donors - Directed contributions
Multilateral contributionsUS$ 14,160,660
USA618,942,509
United Kingdom70,942,522
European Commission35,671,251
Canada33,361,126
Germany32,408,971
Japan9,675,423
UN Common Funds and Agencies (excl CERF)9,442,111
South Sudan8,727,896
Australia7,050,093
Norway5,455,975
UN CERF5,371,564
Netherlands4,759,000
Denmark4,629,630
Switzerland3,151,968
Finland2,973,136
Italy1,326,432
Belgium935,829
Ireland691,563
Luxembourg687,758
New Zealand591,716
Republic of Korea500,000
Austria464,074
Private Donors420,113
France407,056
Liechtenstein112,360
Iceland104,158
Hungary27,174
Threats to food security
  • Ongoing conflict
  • Extremely low level of basic infrastructures