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35,200 Individuals
Total Refugees
Base Layer

Population


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Refugees in South Sudan

8,569


Last Updated 31 Mar 2017


Source - UNHCR, UNHCR`

  Breakdown by Settlement

Settlement Current Total    
3,616
1,084
Individuals
Households
42.2 %
2,380
919
Individuals
Households
27.8 %
976
321
Individuals
Households
11.4 %
804
246
Individuals
Households
9.4 %
300
121
Individuals
Households
3.5 %
254
83
Individuals
Households
3 %
239
96
Individuals
Households
2.8 %

  Breakdown by Country of Origin

Country of Origin Current Total    
6,041
2,098
Individuals
Households
70.5 %
1,854
595
Individuals
Households
21.6 %
666
177
Individuals
Households
7.8 %
7
n/a
Individuals
Households
0.1 %
1
n/a
Individuals
Households
0 %
n/a
n/a
Individuals
Households
0 %

   Latest Documents

Report Date: 15/02/2015
Uploaded 2 years ago
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Report Date: 02/11/2009
Description
Source: UNJLC
Submitted By UNHCR
Uploaded 5 years ago
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Report Date: 01/01/2012
Description
State map of Western Equatoria. Source: OCHA
Submitted By UNHCR
Uploaded 5 years ago
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  Highlights

In Makpandu camp, UNHCR and partner World Vision International began distribution of second-hand clothes for some 3,500 refugees
28 Mar 2016
A humanitarian convoy took to safety 30 refugees originally from the Democratic Republic of the Congo from Ezo to a new settlement at Makpandu.
22 Jan 2016
UNHCR, MSF, UNICEF and UMISS provided basic water, sanitation and hygiene facilities and services to some 4,000 IDPs who had fled to the ADRA compound in Yambio
21 Jan 2016
An inter-agency assessment found that 8,000 people were displaced in Yambio and nearly 200 houses were burnt down at Ikpiro, following violence on 7-10 December
15 Dec 2015
3,200 Congolese refugees fled from Ezo settlement to the nearby fields following clashes between government soldiers and armed youth groups, known as Arrow Boys
01 Dec 2015

  Who's Doing What Where?

  View the list of our partners in this operation
Camp Management
INTERSOS
Child Protection
INTERSOS
UNHCR
Community Services
INTERSOS
Core Relief Items (CRIs)
UNHCR
Education
World Vision
Food
WFP
World Vision
Gender-Based Violence
INTERSOS
World Vision
Health
World Vision
HIV/AIDS
CMMB
Livelihood
INTERSOS
Logistics
GiZ
UNHCR
Nutrition
INTERSOS
Protection
INTERSOS
UNHCR
Registration
UNHCR
Shelter
INTERSOS
Water & Sanitation
INTERSOS