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IOM Kenya Assistance to Conflict Displaced Refugees from South Sudan: SITUATION REPORT 1 20 January 2014.

IOM Kenya Assistance to Conflict Displaced Refugees from South Sudan: SITUATION REPORT 1 20 January 2014.

Highlights- KENYA-9,150 asylum seekers have been received at the Kakuma Refugee Camp, increasing the Camp population to 137,880 (UNHCR).- KENYA-Transportation a challenge as refugees stay overnight as the border.- KENYA-Measles case refugees isolated at Lokichoggio

by International Organization for Migration - Posted Apr, 20

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IOM Kenya Refugee Response to South Sudan Conflict: SITUATION REPORT 2 31 January 2014

IOM Kenya Refugee Response to South Sudan Conflict: SITUATION REPORT 2 31 January 2014

Highlights- KENYA-IOM, in coordination with the Department of Refugee Affairs (DRA) and UNHCR, is providing asylum seekers withtransportation assistance from border areas to  transit centres.- KENYA-An average of 400 refugees are arriving daily at Nadapal border point.- KENY

by International Organization for Migration - Posted Apr, 20

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IOM Regional Response to South Sudan Crisis: SITUATION REPORT 2 EXTERNAL SITUATION REPORT 6 –13 February 2014

IOM Regional Response to South Sudan Crisis: SITUATION REPORT 2 EXTERNAL SITUATION REPORT 6 –13 February 2014

Highlights- GENEVA-IOM Director General, William Lacy Swing declares a Level 3 Emergency in South Sudan.- UGANDA-The number of South Sudanese refugees arriving in Uganda surges, however the rate of new arrivals on a daily basis is on a decline.- ETHIOPIA-Ethiopia prepares to r

by International Organization for Migration - Posted Apr, 20

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IOM Regional Response to South Sudan Crisis: SITUATION REPORT 7 EXTERNAL SITREP 12– 20 March 2014

IOM Regional Response to South Sudan Crisis: SITUATION REPORT 7 EXTERNAL SITREP 12– 20 March 2014

Highlights- SOUTH SUDAN- Emergency Directors of 8 humanitarian agencies conducted 3-day mission to Jonglei, Lakes and Upper Nile States.- UGANDA-IOM recruits 50 health workers to carry out mass meningitis campaign.- KENYA- IOM has so far provided transportation assistance to a to

by International Organization for Migration - Posted Apr, 20

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IOM Regional Response to South Sudan Crisis: SITUATION REPORT 5 EXTERNAL SITREP 27 February – 5 March 2014

IOM Regional Response to South Sudan Crisis: SITUATION REPORT 5 EXTERNAL SITREP 27 February – 5 March 2014

Highlights- SOUTH SUDAN: Security situation remains highly fluid and unpredictable.- UGANDA: Influx of refugees drops to 150-200 refugees daily from a high of 2,000.- ETHIOPIA: IOM has relocated a total of 2,594 refugees from Tergol, across the Akobo river.- KENYA: IOM bolste

by International Organization for Migration - Posted Apr, 20

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IOM Regional Response to South Sudan Crisis: SITUATION REPORT 8 EXTERNAL SITREP 21 – 27 March 2014

IOM Regional Response to South Sudan Crisis: SITUATION REPORT 8 EXTERNAL SITREP 21 – 27 March 2014

Highlights- South Sudan: IOM has transported a grand total of 1,936 individuals from UNMISS Tongping to the UN House.- Uganda: IOM continues with the distribution of items for the construction of household latrines.- Ethiopia: An average of 450 refugees are being transported b

by International Organization for Migration - Posted Apr, 20

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IOM Regional Response to South Sudan Conflict: SITUATION REPORT 1 22 January - 6 February

IOM Regional Response to South Sudan Conflict: SITUATION REPORT 1 22 January - 6 February

Highlights- SOUTH SUDAN: IOM appeals for USD 63 million from the international community to provide urgent, life-saving assistance in South Sudan.- UGANDA: UNHCR, UNICEF, WFP, WHO, UNFPA, FAO and IOM sent out a joint appeal for USD 7,041,879 from the CERF Rapid Response.- ETHIO

by International Organization for Migration - Posted Apr, 20

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IOM Regional Response to South Sudan Crisis: SITUATION REPORT 4 EXTERNAL SITREP 19-27 February 2014

IOM Regional Response to South Sudan Crisis: SITUATION REPORT 4 EXTERNAL SITREP 19-27 February 2014

Highlights - SOUTH SUDAN- Heavy fighting disrupts humanitarian activities  in Malakal, Upper Nile State.- UGANDA- Major transit centres have been decongested- ETHIOPIA- IOM safely conducts the first boat transportation for 425 South Sudanese refugees.- KENYA- CERF approves

by International Organization for Migration - Posted Apr, 20

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IOM Kenya’s Assistance to Refugees from South Sudan: EXTERNAL SITUATION REPORT 1 - 8 MAY 2014

IOM Kenya’s Assistance to Refugees from South Sudan: EXTERNAL SITUATION REPORT 1 - 8 MAY 2014

Highlights- Kenya Receives freed South Sudan leaders- Transportation assistance for South Sudan Refugees continues in Nadapal

by International Organization for Migration - Posted Apr, 20

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IOM Kenya’s Assistance to Refugees from South Sudan: EXTERNAL SITUATION REPORT 9 - 16 MAY 2014

IOM Kenya’s Assistance to Refugees from South Sudan: EXTERNAL SITUATION REPORT 9 - 16 MAY 2014

Highlights- Kenya: Number of refugees arriving in Kenya drops further due to heavy rains.

by International Organization for Migration - Posted Apr, 20

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