South Sudan

1,600,000
food rations were provided in the worst affected areas of the country
8,000
surgeries were performed in 15 local health facilities
677,000
people were provided with seeds and tools for farming and over 234,000 with fishing kits
615,000
displaced people received access to clean water
176,000
people received access to clean water through emergency water units installed in response to cholera outbreaks in 2014 and 2015
600,000
people were provided tents, cooking utensils and tarpaulins as emergency shelter throughout the country
6,700
women were provided with antenatal care and 500 had safe deliveries
12,500
vaccine doses were administered to children under one year old
182,000
outpatient consultations were conducted in health-care facilities
5,700
detainees were visited
30,000
phone calls were facilitated between separated family members
5,600
persons with disabilities were assisted in three physical rehabilitation centres
4,200
members of the armed forces, armed groups and other weapon bearers were given training or sessions on international humanitarian law (IHL)
830
weapons bearers, police and firefighters were given training in first aid and safe access to health care

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