During their trip to South Sudan, WFP Executive Director Ertharin Cousin and UNHCR High Commissioner António Guterres met with people displaced by the conflict who have taken shelter in the remote town of Nyal, in Unity State. Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
Ertharin Cousin, the Executive Director of the World Food Programme, has just finished a three-day visit to South Sudan and Ethiopia, where she traveled alongside the UN High Commissioner for Refugees to see first-hand the devastating impact of the South Sudan crisis. In her latest blog, the WFP chief talks about meeting people in the town of Nyal who have fled a deadly combination of violence and hunger.
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|Beneficiary needs (mt)||305,311|
|Beneficiary needs ($US)||706,259,896|
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