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UNHCR | Donate to help refugee famlilies who are forced to flee in South Sudan.

Ongoing conflict, extreme climate conditions and food insecurity are causing suffering for millions in South Sudan and neighbouring countries. 

The brutal conflict has claimed thousands of lives and driven millions of South Sudanese people from their homes. This is the largest refugee crisis in Africa.   

Over 2.3 million have had to seek safety in neighbouring countries, while more than 2 million are displaced within their national borders. Most are women and children who arrived at the settlements exhausted and traumatized. 

On top of ongoing violence, the fourth record-breaking rainy season in a row has covered two-thirds of the country in floods. Water has swept away homes and livestock, forcing thousands to flee and has submerged large areas of farmland, compromising food supplies. Water sources are inundated and are at risk of contamination, increasing the risk of disease outbreaks. 

We are on the ground helping communities, delivering emergency supplies, shelter, clean water, sanitation and health support, but we cannot do this alone. 
Please donate today to help refugees and displaced people.  

South Sudan. Heavy rains flood refugee camps in Maban county


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Summary of donation information

Monthly gifts help us save more families forced to flee. By making a monthly donation to UNHCR, you will provide refugees with ongoing relief and protection and help them regain hope for a better future.

US$ 200

can provide cash assistance to a refugee family in Chad to cover basic needs like food and medicine 

US$ 150

can provide a dignity kit including sanitary napkins, a pair of underwear and soap to 75 refugee women in Chad