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South Sudan: Response scale-up for highly food insecure areas Situation Report No. 5

  • General food assistance and Food-for-Asset caseloads are planned to increase from 348,500 in March to over 473,000 people in April in the six priority 1 counties.
  • Between 16 and 31 March, 4,870 children under five years and 2,892 pregnant and lactating women were reached with nutritional assistance through 96 static nutritional facilities, 28 outreach sites and 12 stabilization centres in the six priority 1 counties.
  • Health Cluster partners provided more than 28,000 consultations to people and continued to expand access to health services through the re-establishment of critical static primary health care and mobile service delivery.
  • Over 75,600 people have been reached with WASH services in the six priority 1 counties.
  • Over 11,000 people were supported through Gender-Based Violence (GBV) programming in the reporting period.
  • A total of 8,160 people were reached with Child Protection (CP) services during the reporting period.
  • The pre-positioning of critical humanitarian supplies in hard-to-reach locations ahead of the rainy season continues.
Operacione(s)/Espacio(s) web: 
Oficina de Coordinación de Asuntos Humanitarios de las Naciones Unidas
Fecha de publicación original: 
15 Abr 2021
Tipo de documento: 
Reporte de situación SitRep