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35,200 Individuals
Registered Refugees
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Population


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Registered Refugees

265,296


Households*

69,784


Last Updated 31 Jul 2015


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  Estimated Population by Date

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  Breakdown by Location

Region Current Total    
134,435
31,577
Individuals
Households
50.7 %
100,707
26,049
Individuals
Households
38 %
18,894
8,280
Individuals
Households
7.1 %
8,921
3,211
Individuals
Households
3.4 %
2,339
667
Individuals
Households
0.9 %

  Breakdown by Country of Origin

Country of Origin Current Total    
243,819
62,901
Individuals
Households
91.9 %
14,987
4,653
Individuals
Households
5.6 %
4,619
1,622
Individuals
Households
1.7 %
1,871
608
Individuals
Households
0.7 %

   Latest Documents

Report Date: 01/07/2015
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5 country reports on Child Protection were produced for the South Sudan regional refugee crisis during May-July 2015, elaborated by interagency teams members of the Regional Child Protection Network.
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  Highlights

UNHCR organized a visit to the refugee operation in Upper Nile for Japanese Ambassador to South Sudan, Kiya Masahiko. Japan is UNHCR's 2nd largest donors.
27 Aug 2015
UNHCR facilitates access to fistula treatment for 17 refugees from across South Sudan at Wau Teaching Hospital, in coordination with UNFPA.
21 Aug 2015
UNHCR and partner ACROSS conducted village-to-village “Come back to School” campaign targeting 2,200 registered pupils to sit for end of term two examinations.
21 Aug 2015
At Makpandu and Ezo refugee settlements, UNHCR and partners organized a 3-day training workshop on SGBV prevention and response for more than 50 participants.
19 Aug 2015
UNHCR and Samaritan’s Pursue kicked off a week-long eye care campaign at Maban County Hospital to provide eye care services for refugee and host communities.
19 Aug 2015

  News

UNHCR's second largest donor visits the refugee operation in Upper Nile
UNHCR, 30 Aug 2015
JUBA, South Sudan – 30 August (UNHCR) – Japan's Ambassador to South Sudan, Kiya Masahiko, wrapped up a one-day visit to Upper Nile's Maban County on Thursday to show solidarity with the refugees and appreciate the impact of Japan's aid contribution on refugees' living conditions. He was accompan...
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UNHCR welcomes signing of South Sudan peace deal
UNHCR, 28 Aug 2015
GENEVA, Aug 28 (UNHCR) – The UN refugee agency has welcomed the signing of the South Sudan peace agreement this week which comes as refugee and IDP figures have passed the 2.6 million mark, a marked increase on the number reported at the time of the fourth anniversary of the country's independence...
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UNHCR hands over support projects in W. Equatoria state
Sudan Tribune, 24 Aug 2015
August 23, 2015 (YAMBIO) - The United Nations refugee agency (UNHCR) said it handed over two projects meant for the host communitied of South Sudan’s Western Equatoria state, announcing further cooperation with the state and local authorities. This came days after the UNHCR representative in th...
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UNHCR delivers relief to 25,000 displaced people in South Sudan
UNHCR, 14 Aug 2015
MARIDI, SOUTH SUDAN, Aug 14 (UNHCR) – The UN refugee agency has completed distribution of emergency relief items to an estimated 25,000 internally displaced people (IDP), many of whom lost almost everything they had in recent violence, in South Sudan's Western Equatoria state. The aid operation...
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UNHCR Commends Western Equatoria’s Hospitality
Gurtong, 14 Aug 2015
YAMBIO, 14 August, 2015 [Gurtong] – The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) country representative Ahmed Warsame told the press that Western Equatoria State is one of the states in the country that are hosting several refugees who have fled their homes as a result of the confli...
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