string(11) "Nying Nyang" South Sudan Situation - Ethiopia - Gambella - Nying Nyang
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Ethiopia Gambella Nying Nyang

Settlement type: Dispersed/Rural
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35,200 Individuals
Total Refugees
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Population


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Refugees from South Sudan in Nying Nyang: Post 15 Dec 2013

4,731


Last Updated 12 Jan 2018


Source - UNHCR, UNHCR & Gov

Refugees and asylum-seekers from South Sudan in Nying Nyang: Total

4,731


Last Updated 12 Jan 2018


Source - UNHCR, UNHCR & Gov

Demography
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  Refugees and asylum-seekers from South Sudan in Nying Nyang: Total

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  Breakdown by Country of Origin

Country of Origin Current Total    
4,731
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Individuals
Households
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  Who's Doing What Where?

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Camp Management
ARRA
Child Protection
ARRA
Save the Children
Community Services
HelpAge
IMC
UNHCR
Core Relief Items (CRIs)
ARRA
Education
NRC
PI
Save the Children
Environment
NRDEP
ZOA
Food
ARRA
Gender-Based Violence
IMC
Health
ARRA
MSF - F
HIV/AIDS
ARRA
RaDO
Livelihood
NRC
Nutrition
ACF
Protection
UNHCR
Registration
ARRA
Shelter
NRC
Water & Sanitation
ACF
DRC
LWF

   Latest Documents

Report Date: 25/03/2015
Description
JAPAN ANNOUNCES SUPPORT TO WFP, WHO AND UNHCR TO ASSIST SOUTH SUDANESE REFUGEES AND ETHIOPIAN HOST COMMUNITY IN GAMBELLA - Joint Press release
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Report Date: 10/07/2014
Uploaded 4 years ago
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Report Date: 10/04/2014
Description
Joint UNHCR/WFP/UNICEF/ARRA/Humanitarian Partners Strategic Guideline The goal of the coordinated emergency response is to keep the core indicators below the emergency threshold of 1) Crude Mortality Rate (CMR) of 1/10,000/day and under 5 mortality rate (U5-MR) of 2/10,000/day; 2) Global Acute Malnutrition (GAM) below 10% and Severe Acute Malnutrition (SAM) below 1%; and 3) prevent the occurrence of disease outbreaks as well as malnutrition.
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