South Sudan emergency


  • 10/05/2018 — South Sudan emergency SHOTLIST (PDF)

    Funds Needed to Stop Rising Hunger in South Sudan as Rains Strike in June (For the Media)

    South Sudan’s food security situation is alarming with as many as 7.1 million people – more than half the population – expected to experience severe food gaps. Without immediate food assistance, their situation is expected to deteriorate. 

  • 13/03/2018 — South Sudan emergency

    Food Insecurity Extreme Levels in South Sudan

    Food insecurity in South Sudan has reached the most extreme levels since independence in 2011. Famine has eased after a significant scale up in the humanitarian response. However, the situation remains dire across the country and the approaching lean season threatens the food security of 7 million people. As seasonal hunger peaks, WFP needs US$300 million to feed people and make sure that no child goes to sleep hungry. 

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  • South Sudan - Rapid Appraisal Tonga, Panyikang County, October 2017

    South Sudan - Rapid Appraisal Tonga, Panyikang County, October 2017
    The overall food security, nutrition, WASH, health and education situation was reported to be poor and has deteriorated due to recent conflict and displacements in...
  • WFP Year in Review 2016

    WFP Year in Review 2016
    The Year in Review describes WFP’s actions and achievements in serving people’s emergency, recovery and development needs in 2016. It covers WFP’s provision of vital,...
  • South Sudan Lessons Learned Summary Report

    South Sudan Lessons Learned Summary Report
    This Lessons Learned Summary report identifies key lessons drawn from the experiences of WFP staff involved in the South Sudan Corporate Response from February to...
  • Hunger Map 2014

    Hunger Map 2014
    From Africa and Asia to Latin America and the Near East, there are 805 million people in the world who do not get enough food...

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