South Sudan Emergency

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Noticias sobre South Sudan

Global leaders are set to meet next week at the first-ever Summit on Migrants and Refugees. At stake are the rights, health and well-being of hundreds of millions of migrants and tens of millions of refugees. © UNFPA Jordan/Sima Diab
14 September 2016 Refugees’ and migrants’ reproductive health needs overlooked
As world leaders gather in New York for the United Nations General Assembly, they will set out to address some of the greatest catastrophes in a generation: grinding conflicts that have set whole populations adrift,...
UNFPA is helping to educate women about family planning options. © UNFPA/Annette Poni
31 August 2016 Once frowned on, family planning offers a lifeline in South Sudan
Life is harsh in the northern city of Malakal. Once a vibrant commercial hub, much of Malakal is now a ghost town, its residents crammed into a protection camp on the city’s outskirts. Even there, safety is not assured...

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Exposición general

In December 2013, violence broke out in South Sudan’s capital, Juba, and spread rapidly across the country.
Even before the crisis, the country had one of the highest maternal death rates in the world. The conflict has further deteriorated the health system, leaving many pregnant women without access to basic care.

UNFPA and partners are providing life-saving reproductive health services to populations affected by the crisis, and are working to establish mechanisms to prevent and address gender-based violence.

For the most up-to-date information, please see Situation Reports.

Situation reports and resources

South Sudan Country Office Situation Report #53 – 13-19 December 2014
As the dry season sets in, tension is mounting in all parts of the country. In Lakes State, for example, insecurity mainly caused by inter-ethnic fighting is on the rise. During the last week 28 deaths were reported,...
South Sudan Country Office Situation Report #52 – 06-13 December 2014
The situation is tense country wide as the one year anniversary of the conflict approaches. Monday December 15 marks one year since fighting broke out in Juba. Security measures have been taken to control crowds in the...
South Sudan Country Office Situation Report #51 – 30 November-06 December 2014
The situation remains unpredictable but there was no fighting during the reporting period. Intertribal tensions continue to exist in Malakal, however UNFPA continues to provide front line staff. Midwives will be...

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