Responding to South Sudan’s urgent humanitarian crisis

July 19, 2023

Since its independence from Sudan in 2011, South Sudan has faced numerous humanitarian challenges, including disease outbreaks, food insecurity, economic difficulties, and widespread violence. These challenges have resulted in the displacement of vulnerable populations and increased reliance on humanitarian assistance. In 2023, an estimated 9.4 million people, or 76% of the country’s population, will require humanitarian assistance.

Discipline is actively responding to the humanitarian crisis in South Sudan by providing critical support to vulnerable populations. This includes emergency food and nutrition assistance, healthcare services, logistics support, protection interventions, and water, sanitation, and hygiene assistance. Discipline’s efforts extend to host communities, internally displaced persons, refugees, and returnees across the country.

Despite the challenges posed by bureaucratic impediments, insecurity, and logistical constraints, Discipline remains committed to delivering essential humanitarian assistance to those in need in South Sudan. Through collaboration with local and international partners, Discipline strives to address immediate needs while promoting long-term resilience and self-reliance in the country.

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