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35,200 Individuals
Registered Refugees
Base Layer

Population


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Registered Refugees

264,848


Households*

70,164


Last Updated 31 May 2015


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  Estimated Population by Date

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  Breakdown by Location

Region Current Total    
135,033
31,910
Individuals
Households
51 %
98,390
25,332
Individuals
Households
37.1 %
18,772
8,254
Individuals
Households
7.1 %
10,314
4,001
Individuals
Households
3.9 %
2,339
667
Individuals
Households
0.9 %

  Breakdown by Country of Origin

Country of Origin Current Total    
241,773
62,375
Individuals
Households
91.3 %
16,057
5,308
Individuals
Households
6.1 %
4,897
1,753
Individuals
Households
1.8 %
2,121
728
Individuals
Households
0.8 %

   Latest Documents

  Highlights

In May, UNHCR trained more than 200 people on refugee protection across South Sudan.
31 May 2015
UNHCR helped Sudanese and South Sudanese women establish joint women committees for peaceful coexistence in Doro, Kaya, Yusuf Batil and Gendrassa camps.
30 May 2015
For the first time this year, UNHCR carried out targeted NFI distributions to households with people with specific needs in Maban reaching 6,472 individuals.
28 May 2015
In the Protection of Civilian site in Bentiu, UNHCR provided 13 solar street lights to UNMISS to enhance security and safety of IDPs.
28 May 2015
UNHCR delivered 100,000 registration wristbands to the Protection of Civilian site in Bentiu for population verification.
27 May 2015

  News

Press Release: UNHCR leads relief efforts for wildfire victims in South Sudan’s Ezo County
UNHCR, 07 Apr 2015
JUBA, South Sudan (UNHCR) – The UN Refugee Agency has completed the distribution of non-food items (NFIs) to wildfire victims in Naandi payam (sub-county), Western Equatoria State - refugees from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), and host communities. The four-day distribution targeted 66...
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Press Release: UNHCR takes donors to Ajuong Thok camp as flow of Nuba refugees continues
UNHCR, 02 Apr 2015
JUBA, South Sudan (UNHCR) – On 31 March, the representatives of several donor countries wrapped up a one-day visit to Unity State’s Ajuong Thok camp, organized by UNHCR. The aim of the visit was to show solidarity with the refugees and for donors to appreciate the impact on existing resources an...
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UNHCR convoys stockpile supplies in South Sudan before rain blocks roads
UNHCR, 01 Apr 2015
JUBA, South Sudan, 1 April (UNHCR) – Trucks from the UN Refugee Agency have been moving steadily along the difficult roads of South Sudan in an operation to stockpile relief supplies for 238,000 refugees before the onset of the rainy season in May makes the route impassable for the next six months...
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Pee-powered Toilet to be tested in South Sudan’s refugee camps
Sci.Dev.Net, 11 Mar 2015
UK anti-poverty charity Oxfam, whose researchers are working with those from UWE on the project, say the technology would reduce the threat of rape that many women face in refugee camps. Oxfam hopes to deploy the urinals in South Sudanese camps within six months....
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South Sudan: A Nation Uprooted
Refugee International, 11 Mar 2015
Since December 2013, conflict in South Sudan has forced 2 million people from their homes. In the north of the country, where fighting is most severe, populations have been pushed to the brink of starvation. Tragically, this war in South Sudan is unlikely to end anytime soon. ...
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