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South Sudan was confronted by major political and socio-economic challenges resulting from the aftermath of the conflict that broke out in December 2013 instigating a humanitarian crisis that has affected more than 1.4 million people fleeing the conflict.


In 2014, the Humanitarian Relief and Recovery project run by AAH South Sudan in collaboration with other partners and through the support of UNHCR intervened in three most affected states of Unity, Upper Nile and Jonglei as well as Western Bahr-el-Ghazal and Lakes States responding to the needs of over 240, 000 refugees, asylum seekers and directly and indirectly reached out to over 1 million internally displaced persons. The project established a reception centre at the Yida refugee camp in Unity state that provided 14,330 newly arrived persons assistance before they were later relocated to the newly-established camp in Ajuong Thok.