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12 March 2018

Nearly Two-Thirds of the Population in South Sudan at Risk of Rising Hunger (For the Media)

More than 7 million people in South Sudan – almost two-thirds of the population – could become severely food insecure in the coming months without sustained humanitarian assistance and access, three United Nations agencies warned today. Last year, FAO, WFP, UNICEF and their partners rolled out their largest ever aid campaign, saving lives and containing famine. In 2017, agency partners conducted more than 135 rapid humanitarian missions to the most hard-to-reach areas, providing life-saving assistance to over 1.8 million people. 

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Kenya South Sudan Emergencies Food Security Supply Chain Video for the Media
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