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South Sudan Emergency

Returnees build their own village back in South Sudan

08 December 2012

After some 20 years living in Khartoum, the 1,600 returnees were stranded because they no longer had family ties or a place to go.

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Children in Charge

19 January 2015

Fighting in South Sudan has separated families and orphaned children. Meet four teenagers who are raising younger siblings on their own.

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Wrestling for Peace

15 January 2015

After fleeing violence in South Sudan, young men find common ground in a traditional Dinka sport.

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Hungry for help: refugees in Kenya feel the effects of recent food cuts

09 January 2015

Nyachot displays a handful of maize grains that form part of the food ration she receives in World Food Programme restored full rations in January, but the funding situation remains uncertain and WFP and UNHCR have issued joint appeals to donors.

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Escaping war, time and again

29 December 2014

Generation after generation, families in South Sudan face a recurring tragedy – fleeing conflict and returning home, only to flee again.

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I need blankets. It is cold at night and I don't want my children to get sick.

Rebecca Barnaba, 23
mother of three at Doro camp

If we are not able to fly in what is needed during the rainy season, people will die. It is as simple as that.

Marie-Hélène Verney
UNHCR

We are facing a humanitarian disaster of large proportions… The support of the international community is now absolutely crucial.

António Guterres
High Commissioner for Refugees

I've just been back to Wau and was thrilled to see UNHCR supporting education, job training, helping women get on their feet, building homes!

Alek Wek
supermodel and former refugee

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