The outbreak of the civil war in South Sudan in December 2013 created a complex humanitarian crisis restricting humanitarian access and hindering the flow of information required by aid actors to target and deliver assistance. REACH has been present in South Sudan since 2012 and to date, REACH informs aid planning and enhances the understanding of the contexts of displacement by tracking humanitarian needs, monitoring key ports seeing IDP and returnee movements and mapping factors leading to displacement.
South Sudan - Areas of Knowledge (AoK) Situation Monitoring: Ad-hoc Thematic Assessments
South Sudan - Accountability to Affected Populations (AAP) Community Perceptions Tracking
South Sudan - Food Security and Livelihoods Shock Monitoring Index (SMI)
South Sudan - Areas of Knowledge (AoK) Situation Monitoring: Rapid Assessments
South Sudan- UNHCR Refugee Response: Multi-Sector Needs Assessment in Ajoung Thok and Pamir refugee camps