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35,200 Individuals
Refugees from South Sudan: Post 15 Dec 2013
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Refugees from South Sudan: Post 15 Dec 2013

1,599,815


Registered and Awaiting Registration
Last Updated 09 Apr 2017


Source - UNHCR, UNHCR & GOV, SRCS, UNHCR and Government (OPM), WFP, Government (OPM), RIMS System, COR and HAC, COR and UNHCR, IOM and HAC, IOM and UNHCR, UNHCR and SRCS, Government

Refugees and asylum-seekers from South Sudan: Pre 15 Dec 2013

113,164


Registered and Awaiting Registration
Last Updated 09 Apr 2017


Source - UNHCR, UNHCR & GOV

Refugees and asylum-seekers from South Sudan: Total

1,712,979


Registered and Awaiting Registration
Last Updated 09 Apr 2017


Source - UNHCR, UNHCR & GOV, SRCS, UNHCR and Government (OPM), WFP, Government (OPM), RIMS System, COR and HAC, COR and UNHCR, IOM and HAC, IOM and UNHCR, UNHCR and SRCS, Government

Demography
Male (46.1%) Age (53.9%) Female
10.1% 0 - 4 10%
15.1% 5 - 11 14.3%
9.3% 12 - 17 7.7%
11.1% 18 - 59 20.7%
0.5% 60 + 1.2%

Population Planning figure

1,886,500


Last Updated 31 Dec 2017


Source - UNHCR

  Refugees and asylum-seekers from South Sudan: Total

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Refugees in South Sudan

265,921


Last Updated 31 Mar 2017


Source - UNHCR, u, UNHCR`

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The construction of a 14km pipeline from Tarach seasonal river to Kalobeyei settlement was completed thus allowing water to be pumped from boreholes near Tarach Seasonal River in Kakuma to Kalobeyei. Currently, piping within cluster one of Kalobeyei settlement is ongoing.
12 Apr 2017
A total of 5,020 (58 % from Eastern Equatoria) SSD new arrivals have been registered since 1st January 2017 while a total of 1,418 individuals were registered in March 2017.
12 Apr 2017
Assistant Sec Gen. and UN-Habitat Deputy Executive Director Dr. Aisa Kacyira visited Kalobeyei to witness the integration projects by refugees and hosts
21 Feb 2017
UNHCR continues to receive refugees from South Sudan through the Kenya – South Sudan border at Nadapal Transit centre
20 Feb 2017
In January 2017, a total of 1,116 new arrival from South Sudan were received at Nadapal before being transferred to Kakuma reception centre.
20 Feb 2017

  News

Installation of 13km water pipeline from Kakuma to Kalobeyei
UNHCR , 20 Feb 2017
The installation of a 13 km water pipeline from Kakuma to Kalobeyei settlement will ensure that over 22,000 refugees and Kalobeyei host community have access to clean water and stimulate economic growth and self-reliance for refugees through agriculture. 3 boreholes with a combined output of 114,000...
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South Sudan fighting sees more refugees fleeing into Uganda than in the first 6 months of 2016
UNHCR, 26 Jul 2016
Fighting in South Sudan that broke out on 8 July between rival factions loyal to Salva Kiir and Riek Machar has to date forced 37,491 people to flee the country to Uganda. To put this in context: In the past three weeks there have been more refugee arrivals in Uganda than in the entire first six mon...
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UNHCR warns South Sudanese refugees need urgent aid
Press TV, 26 Jul 2016
An estimated 26000 South Sudanese refugees have crossed into Uganda following political tensions and armed conflict in their country. The United Nations refugee officials say more people are arriving in Uganda on a daily basis while the country has difficulty providing them with ample food and shelt...
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Over 26,000 people flee to Uganda to escape uncertainty in South Sudan
UNHCR, 22 Jul 2016
housands of people continue to flee uncertainty and fighting in South Sudan. Since fighting erupted on July 7 between forces loyal to President Kiir and First Vice President Machar, 26,468 people have crossed into Uganda’s northern region, including 24,321 in the previous six days alone. The influ...
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Thousands flee to Uganda after South Sudan flare-up
UNHCR, 19 Jul 2016
Nearly 3,000 people fleeing the latest flare-up in South Sudan crossed into Uganda over the weekend and more are expected while tension remains high in the region, the UN refugee agency said today. On Friday and Saturday, 1,326 South Sudanese entered Uganda and a further 1,633 on Sunday. This bro...
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