South Sudan Conflict
The humanitarian crisis in South Sudan is complex, with a combination of factors such as the large number of displacements thus increasing the vulnerabilities. An estimated 6.1 million people, more than half the country’s population, continue to face acute food insecurity. Sustained humanitarian assistance is critical to address the suffering of the most vulnerable.
Security concerns in parts of the country especially along major roads were reported since May 2018. This continues to be a major impediment to smooth humanitarian operations and delivery of much-needed aid in areas with most urgent need. For more of World Vision's work, please refer on the latest situation report.