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Emergency Operation in Response to Conflict in South Sudan

This Operation has been modified as per Budget Revision 1 (see below)

 

On 15 December, fighting broke out in Juba, the capital of the Republic of South Sudan, between government forces and anti-government forces loyal to ex-Vice President, Riek Machar. The fighting and related, targeted violence against civilians, caused immediate displacement of large numbers of people either away from violence or to the bases of the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS).
The conflict has since spread to other areas of the country. Currently, seven states are directly or indirectly affected by the conflict. Neighbouring countries, including Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda and the Republic of the Sudan have begun to receive refugees as fighting continues. Related Immediate Response (IR) EMOPs2have been developed to meet the immediate needs of South Sudanese fleeing to these countries, supplementing existing refugee operations. Displaced people have congregated in UNMISS bases in Juba, Bor, Bentiu and Malakal and are also reportedly gathering in remote locations, including areas beyond the reach of humanitarian actors

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Country at a glance 2014
Planned Beneficiaries0
Beneficiary needs (mt)0
Beneficiary needs ($US)907,454,646
Donors - 2014 ($US)
Donors - Directed contributions
Multilateral contributionsUS$ 14,160,660
USA301,123,244
United Kingdom53,544,734
Canada33,361,126
European Commission24,463,281
Germany19,079,810
Japan9,675,423
South Sudan8,727,896
UN Common Funds and Agencies (excl CERF)8,148,737
Australia7,050,093
Norway5,455,975
UN CERF5,371,564
Netherlands4,759,000
Denmark4,629,630
Switzerland3,068,734
Finland2,973,136
Italy1,011,173
Belgium935,829
Ireland691,563
Luxembourg687,758
New Zealand591,716
Republic of Korea500,000
Austria464,074
France407,056
Private Donors294,956
Liechtenstein112,360
Iceland104,158
Hungary27,174
Threats to food security
  • Ongoing conflict
  • Extremely low level of basic infrastructures