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PC Update: Grave Concerns for the Lives of Civilians in Kajo-Keji: Appeal for Immediate Ceasefire in Kajo-Keji, Freedom of Movement and Protection of Civilians, Land and Property

A protection cluster led assessment was carried out in Kajo-Keji on 23 February 2017 by UNHCR, UNICEF, OCHA and ARC. In conjunction with previous assessment and reports, the findings and recommendations are as follows:

There are immediate grave concerns for the lives of the remaining civilian population in Kajo-Keji, including; an extremely vulnerable population in the Kajo-Keji town area who do not have the physical capacity and/or financial means to reach the Ugandan border to seek international protection. This is also a related to the host community and thousands of IDPs in Liwolo payam; and for host communities living in other rural areas of Kajo-Keji. 

Operation(s)/ Webspace(s): 
Protection Cluster - South Sudan
Original Publication Date: 
24 Фев 2017
Document type: 
Press Release