South Sudan Humanitarian Bulletin Issue 12 | 28 July 2017 | Humanitarian & Cultural Causes in Africa |
HIGHLIGHTS More than 48,000 people receive food in Yei town.The last distribution of food was in November 2016. Fall armyworm outbreak affects farms and likely to exacerbate South Sudan’s food crisis. In the last 13 months, South Sudan has experienced the deadliest cholera outbreak since its independence. South Sudan Humanitarian Fund allocates $28m to 90 priority projects to provide humanitarian assistance. Over 9,600 IDPs and host communities receive assistance in Pading, Jonglei. Fund allocates $28m to humanitarian assistance in South Sudan The South Sudan Humanitarian Fund (SSHF) has allocated US$28.1 million to provide life-saving humanitarian assistance and protection in 24 priority locations. The second standard allocation round will fund 90 top priority projects to be implemented by national and international non-governmental organizations (NGO) and United Nations agencies.