Due to the on-going conflict that broke out in South Sudan in December 2013,
people are internally displaced from their homes, of whom:
are children under the age of 18.
Families have lost their livelihoods and many farmers have been unable to plant crops.
children aged under-five will suffer from malnutrition.
UNICEF has been on the ground in South Sudan since the conflict began providing an integrated emergency response.
children received vitamin A supplementation
children under 5 years old with SAM were admitted to therapeutic care
reported outpatient therapeutic centres now operational distributes Ready-to-Use Therapeutic Food (RUTF) as of July, 2014.
malaria cases have been treated; including 187,675 children under 5
children have been vaccinated against measles
pregnant women received at least one antenatal consultation
children received de-worming medication
|Wash, Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH)|
people have access to safe water through water trucking, boreholes drilled and water treatment
people and host communities have been provided with access to safe sanitation facilities
internal displaced persons and host communities have been reached with improved hygiene messages and door-to-door hygiene promotion
people have been reached with WASH core pipeline supplies
UNICEF also reached communities in green states with access to safe water sanitation and hygiene promotion
children (aged 7-18) have access to education during the conflict
pre-school children (aged 3-6) have access to play and early learning supplies
teachers have been trained to provide education in emergencies
classrooms have been established/rehabilitated
children have received psychosocial care and support services
children have been reached with sexual violence prevention response and services
children and caregivers reached with mine risk education
6,693 separated/unaccompanied children reunited with their families
|IMMEDIATE FUNDING NEEDS
Funding needed: HK$1.18 billion (US$152 million)
Funding received : HK$687 million (US$88 million)
Funding gap: HK$499 million (US$64 million)