Funded project

South Sudan crisis

Sudan

OCHA estimates that up to 7 million South Sudanese people are at risk of severe food insecurity in 2014-2015.

Funded thanks to:
  • Donors
  • Total raised
    100%raised
    • Me quedo uno clients 3.000€
  • Direct beneficiaries 200

    Those people who have naturally benefited from the project's interventions.

  • Indirect beneficiaries 450

    Those identifiable people who will potentially recieve an effect from the project's activities.

Oxfam Intermon

Budget

  • Others 3.000€
  • Total 3.000€
3.000€

Description

Since conflict broke out in December 2013, more than 10,000 people have lost their lives. 1.5 million people forced from their homes are seeking safety in South Sudan, while the number of South Sudanese refugees in neighbouring countries has risen to over 500,000.

In total, 4.6 million people need urgent humanitarian support now - including 200,000 children suffering severe acute malnutrition - and more than 7 million risk not having enough to eat in the months ahead unless international aid is dramatically and urgently increased.

Many have had to leave behind their possessions, crops and livestock or sell their assets to escape and have no means to buy food, water and other essentials. Most people were not able to plant crops, so there will be no harvest in the coming months and no food stored to see them through next year.

Activities

  • Providing clean safe water by drilling boreholes and setting up water supply system
  • Distributing food
  • Improving sanitation through latrine building, waste disposal and hygiene training.

Who will benefit?

With €3000, food will be distributed (grains, beans, salt and oil) to 200 families to ensure feeding during 2 weeks.

Project objectives

Oxfam focuses on providing clean water, sanitation, public health promotion, and livelihood support and prevent the spread of cholera. 

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