South Sudan

946,000
monthly food rations for people in dire need of assistance in Lakes, Unity, Upper Nile, Warrap, Jonglei, Northern and Western Bahr el Ghazal, Western Equatoria states, helping on a regular basis over 150,000 people in the most affected areas
4,000
surgeries were performed in 15 local health facilities
281,000
displaced individuals received access to clean water
480,000
people were provided tents, cooking utensils and tarpaulins as emergency shelter throughout the country with 115,000 assisted more than once
6,400
detainees were visited
14,700
phone calls were facilitated between separated family members
53
children and vulnerable people who had been separated from their families were reunited and 90 children were registered
1,700
persons with disabilities were assisted in three physical rehabilitation centres
2,000
members of the armed forces, armed groups and other weapon bearers were given training or sessions on international humanitarian law