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The Famine Early Warning Systems Network believes that roughly 70 million people will require food aid across 45 countries in 2017. There are four countries (Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen) that house 5,000,001-10,000,000 people that need emergency food assistance while also...
This paper summarises the current crisis in the new nation of South Sudan, the historical background, and Australia's role.
Executive summaryIn mid-December 2013, the newly formed country of South Sudan erupted into violence, creating a significant humanitarian crisis. Violence spread rapidly...
The UN refugee agency annual statistics show that more than 51 million people were forcibly displaced at the end of 2013, the largest number since the end of World War II. Half of the world's refugees in 2013 were children.
UNHCR's annual Global Trends...
This project, by the Humanitarian Policy Group (HPG) at the Overseas Development Institute (ODI), looks at dignity in displacement and aims to explore how affected people conceptualise dignity and their perceptions of whether humanitarian action has upheld or undermined their dignity.
This report documents the failure of the South Sudanese government to investigate and prosecute suspects of war crimes since the start of the conflict in 2013. The report is based on 47 interviews conducted with legal professionals, government officials, UN personnel, and civil society representatives...