NAIROBI, 15 November 2013 (IRIN) - The 2014-2016 Consolidated Appeals Process (CAP) for South Sudan reflects an improving humanitarian situation amid a slowdown in the arrival of new refugees and returnees from Sudan and overall improvements in food security, says a senior UN official.
However, a significant proportion of the South Sudanese population still needs food and livelihood support as well as clean water, sanitation and health assistance.
“While humanitarian needs in South Sudan r...
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