South Sudan Country Office Situation Report #51 – 30 November-06 December 2014

Publication Date: December 2014
Author: UNFPA South Sudan

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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 returning in the next reporting period and a new GBV specialist has arrived in Juba and will begin work in Malakal shortly.

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