Oxfam's South Sudan humanitarian response, Jan-June 2014
Since fighting broke out in Juba, the capital, on December 15, 2013, more than 10,000 people have been killed. More than 1.1 million people are displaced within South Sudan, of which 100,000 people have sought refuge at various UN compounds across the country. In Juba, 80% of displaced people are women and children. Moreover, 400,000 people have fled to neighboring countries.

Oxfam is working with the UN and other agencies to help families get food, clean water, and sanitation facilities. But the needs of displaced people are increasingly dire.

We've reached more than 263,000 people with water, health and sanitation equipment. We’ve also responded to urgent needs of refugees and hosting communities in Uganda.

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