South Sudan Country Office Situation Report #57 - 5-19 Feb 2015

Publication Date: February 2015
Author: UNFPA South Sudan

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The security situation while generally calm remained tense and highly fragile in some parts of the country. Humanitarian needs remain high in Protection of Civilian and Internally Displaced Person camp sites. Partners continued prepositioning commodities in remote areas to ensure delivery of services during the rainy season. UNFPA continued providing coordination to reproductive health working group and gender-based violence sub-cluster with meetings with stake-holders taking place in a regular basis within all the humanitarian hubs.

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