Our charity work in South Sudan
Concern’s team in South Sudan is closely monitoring the humanitarian situation after recent violence in many parts of the country.
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In South Sudan, we work in the Northern Bahr el Ghazal counties of Aweil North and Aweil West. We first started working in Sudan in 1985 in response to refugees entering the country from Ethiopia.
Our work is mainly focused on health, nutrition and livelihoods. We run a large CMAM programme and support the Ministry of Health to run health clinics in remote areas. We help extremely poor families to increase the food they can grow themselves.
Concern is responding to the current emergency in two locations most severely affected by the violence: Juba in Central Equatoria and Bentiu in Unity State. We are providing emergency items including food, shelter and basic items, as well as access to clean water and sanitation. We are also screening and treating children and pregnant women for malnutrition.