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Social inequality is on the rise, natural resources are being exploited unchecked.
Many communities are shaped by corruption, violence, and war.
Agencies can support, but only if we have unrestricted access.
If we do not, many children may die.” Throughout the country, the IPC analysis indicates that 3.9 million people in South Sudan face severe hunger.
“Since fighting broke out nearly two years ago, children have been plagued by conflict, disease, fear and hunger,” said Jonathan Veitch, UNICEF Representative in South Sudan.
“Their families have been extraordinary in trying to sustain them, but have now exhausted all coping mechanisms.
The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung’s (FES) office in Sudan is one of more than 100 FES offices and projects worldwide.
It helps countries to modernize and improve agriculture, forestry and fisheries practices and ensure good nutrition for all.more Climate justice, social consequences of Climate Change, Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency, as well as a sustainable and social urban future in the MENA region are the core of the “Regional Climate and Energy” Project.more Century the world is confronted with many challenges.The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and the World Food Programme (WFP) called on the parties to the conflict to grant urgent and unrestricted access to Unity State, where a newly released Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) analysis shows that at least 30,000 people are living in extreme conditions and are facing starvation and death.Since the war in South Sudan started nearly two years ago, it is the first time that an IPC analysis has found any parts of the population in phase five (“catastrophe”) on the five-point IPC scale.