South Sudan: Flooding Emergency (SSD191)

12th December 2019

The South Sudan States of Upper Nile, Jonglei, Unity, Northern Bahr el Gazal and Eastern Equatoria have been seriously affected by flooding, caused by heavy continuous rains. The floods have affected over 900’000 people with estimated 420’000 people displaced and in need of immediate emergency assistance. Infrastructure damage has also been caused by the floods, and livelihoods (crops and livestock) have been swept away/destroyed.

Several ACT South Sudan Forum (ASSF) members namely Christian Aid (CA), Norwegian Church Aid (NCA), The Lutheran World Federation (LWF/WS), Finn Church Aid (FCA), Inter-Church Organization for Development Cooperation – ICCO, Presbyterian Relief & Development Agency (PRDA) have developed an appeal to respond to the crisis.

 

South Sudan_Flood Response SSD191


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