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35,200 Individuals
Refugees from South Sudan in neighbouring countries: Post 15 Dec 2013
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Population


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Refugees from South Sudan in neighbouring countries: Post 15 Dec 2013

522,923


Registered and Awaiting Registration
Last Updated 17 Apr 2015


Source - UNHCR, UNHCR & GOV, SRCS

Refugees from South Sudan in neighbouring countries: Pre 15 Dec 2013

131,383


Registered and Awaiting Registration
Last Updated 17 Apr 2015


Source - UNHCR, UNHCR & GOV

Refugees from South Sudan in neighbouring countries: Total

654,306


Registered and Awaiting Registration
Last Updated 17 Apr 2015


Source - UNHCR, UNHCR & GOV, SRCS

Demography
Male (44.9%) Age (55.1%) Female
11.8% 0 - 4 11.6%
14.9% 5 - 11 13.9%
8.5% 12 - 17 7%
9.3% 18 - 59 21.2%
0.4% 60 + 1.2%

Population Planning figure

821,000


Last Updated 01 Jan 2015


Source - UNHCR

  Refugees from South Sudan in neighbouring countries: Total

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Refugees in South Sudan

260,497


Last Updated 19 Apr 2015


Source - UNHCR, u

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  News

The IKEA Brighter Lives for Refugees campaign raises €10.8¬ million for UNHCR
UNHCR, 10 Apr 2015
UNHCR, the UN refugee agency, thanks IKEA customers and co-workers for supporting ‘Brighter Lives for Refugees’, a global cause-related campaign that raised €10.8¬ million for refugees this year. The campaign ran in IKEA stores globally from 1 February to 29 March 2015. During this period, fo...
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One Mother’s Courage
UNHCR , 17 Feb 2015
Deadly conflicts forced Nawat to flee from Sudan to South Sudan to Uganda. Now, a small miracle has made her family whole again. It’s been a little over a year since I last visited the refugee settlements of Adjumani, in northern Uganda. It was here – in those early months of 2014, when many ...
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Crown Princess of Denmark meets South Sudanese refugees in Ethiopia
UNHCR, 16 Feb 2015
Crown Princess of Denmark meets South Sudanese refugees in Ethiopia Tierkidi refugee camp, Ethiopia-16 February 2015 (UNHCR)- The Crown Princess of Denmark, Her Royal Highness Mary Donaldson, visited Tierkidi refugee camp in western Ethiopia, home to nearly 50,000 refugees who fled the on-going co...
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UNHCR welcomes the registration of South Sudanese citizens in Khartoum
UNHCR, 04 Feb 2015
Khartoum, Sudan, 4 February 2015 (UNHCR): The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in Sudan welcomes the commencement of the registration and documentation exercise of South Sudanese citizens in Sudan on 1 February 2015. This follows on the signing of the Memorandum o...
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Wrestling for Peace
UNHCR, 15 Jan 2015
Barefoot and bare-chested, Athong Mayen crouches close to the ground, scoops up a handful of dirt and tosses it into the air – hoping to intimidate a man he has only just met. The two strangers have a score to settle, but it’s all in good fun. As refugees from South Sudan, they are engaging i...
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  Highlights

Individual registration by UNHCR and Sudanese Red Crescent Society (SRCS) has begun in White Nile State, starting in Jouri camp.
15 Apr 2015
Nearly 75,000 refugees in White Nile State, with new camp Um Sangor holding 5,5000. 1,000 + refugees have continued to cross per week since March
08 Apr 2015
The Crown Princess of Denmark, Her Royal Highness Mary Donaldson, visited Tierkidi refugee camp in western Ethiopia, home to nearly 50,000 refugees who fled the conflict in South Sudan.
16 Feb 2015
UNHCR South Sudan at a glance. Despite the ongoing conflict in South Sudan, there are 247,281 recognized refugees in South Sudan as of 01 December 2014. The Sudanese who are mainly found in Unity and Upper Nile State make up 91 % of the total refugee population. The DR Congolese, Ethiopians and refugees from the Central African Republic are mainly in Central and Western Equatoria, with some Ethiopians also living in Jonglei State. Most refugees were recognized prima facie after mass arrival.
16 Dec 2014
In Kakuma the 16 Days of Activism against Child Marriage and Gender Based Violence drew to a close on 10th December 2014, which is also Human Rights Day.
15 Dec 2014