Since December 2013, South Sudan has been undergoing a political crisis, which has resulted in fighting and massive population movements. The number of internally displaced people has reached 4.3 million and some 1.6 million South Sudanese—63% of which are children—have fled to other countries in desperate need of aid.
Humanity & Inclusion is on the ground in South Sudan contributing to the urgent humanitarian response.
We are also working in refugee camps in Uganda and Kenya, providing rehabilitation care to the most vulnerable South Sudanese refugees and ensuring that individuals with disabilities can access humanitarian aid.
With your help, we can provide urgently needed emergency rehabilitation care, food kits, and other essential items, bringing relief to families in desperate need and helping to prevent permanent disabilities caused by malnutrition in children.