South Sudan: 2023 Humanitarian Response Plan

South Sudan: 2023 Humanitarian Response Plan

The humanitarian situation in South Sudan is worsening. People’s humanitarian needs continue to rise, driven by cumulative and compounding effects of years of conflict, sub-national violence, food insecurity, climate crisis and public health challenges. An estimated 9.4 million people in South Sudan, including 2.2 million women, 4.9 million children and 337,000 refugees, are projected to need humanitarian assistance and protection services in 2023 – reflecting a 76 per cent of the country’s population and a 5 per cent increase from 2022. An additional 212,000 people are estimated to have humanitarian and/, or protection needs in the Abyei Administrative Area, a disputed territory between Sudan and South Sudan.

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