South Sudan

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Displaced population tracked by DTM in South Sudan
Latest IDP estimates from IDMC
1,436,000
In South Sudan, IDMC GRID Dec 2019
Region
East Africa and the Horn of Africa

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A village assessment survey was conducted in Bor South from 24 May to 1 June 2016. 36% (85 out of 238) villages were reported deserted. 30% (27 out of 91) schools were non-functional, mainly due to insecurity and damage to infrastructure.

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On 26 March 2016, multiple locations in Renk County, approximately 80 km east of Renk town, were allegedly bombarded by Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF). According to the local RRC the villages of Atham, Babnis and Chumudi in Chumudi payam were bombed and residents were displaced westwards.

Beginning in May 2015, conflict between the host population, cattle migrants from neighbouring states and government soldiers ignited in Mundri West. An estimated 30,000 individuals were displaced from Mundri West County in May 2015.

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During June 2015 the DTM verified 81 displacement sites hosting 650,634 IDPs. 200,347 IDPs were identified in 42 host communities, 237,473 in 25 spontaneous settlements, 170,131 in 5 PoCs and 42,683 in 9 collective centres.

In April 2015, the DTM verified 123 sites out of the 187 sites reported to be hosting IDPs displaced due to ongoing conflict. 666,097 IDPs were identified in 163,401 households.

During March 2015, the DTM verified 103 of the 187 sites reported to be hosting displaced populations, and identified 612,622 individuals in 142,732 households. 261,151 IDPs were identified in host communities, 166,656 in spontaneous settlements, 134,245 in PoCs and 50,570 in collective centres.

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