World Vision International
publication • Tuesday, September 25th 2018

World Vision South Sudan Child Well-being Report 2016-2017

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World Vision South Sudan Program Highlights 2017

  • 1.2 million people have increased access to health services
  • 469,226 children were screened for malnutrition
  • 87,744 children received care and treatment services
  • 42,875 children attended World Vision-supported schools
  • 374,283 people received US$22.3 million in cash assistance
  • 489,160 children received food assistance
  • 73,567 children and families were supported with protection services
  • 103,794 children received emergency shelter and essential household items
  • 1,283,977 children and families were supported with improved agriculture
  • 125,000 people were provided with clean water
  • 29,175 girls received dignity kits, uniforms or shoes
  • 56 semi-permanent classrooms constructed