South Sudan 2018 Regional Refugee Response Plan

A total of USD  1,529.8 million requested for the period January ‐ December 2018, including:
          - USD 2.6 million for Central African Republic
          - USD 54.8 million for Democratic Republic of the Congo
          - USD 342.1 million for Ethiopia
          - USD 105.3 million for Kenya
          - USD 327.2 million for Sudan
          - USD 694.9 million for Uganda

Read the entire Regional Refugee Response Plan and access the Latest Updates on the South Sudan Situation.

As the South Sudanese refugee crisis enters its fifth year in 2018, it remains the fastest growing and largest refugee situation on the African continent. The rate of the refugee movement has accelerated as the conflict has drawn on; over two thirds of the post-December 2013 refugee population have sought asylum in 2016 and 2017. This has created a challenging situation for asylum countries and humanitarian partners who are addressing the needs of refugees who fled before and after the outbreak of conflict in 2013, as well as responding to a constant and steady flow of new arrivals fleeing an evolving and volatile situation, with basic services overstretched in many countries of asylum.

Latest contributions
  • 17-JUL-2019
    Spain
    $284,090
  • 16-JUL-2019
    Ireland
    $1,136,364
  • 11-JUL-2019
    Ireland
    $10,227,273
  • 10-JUL-2019
    Sweden
    $9,376,010
  • 08-JUL-2019
    European Union
    $568,181
  • Kuwait
    $75,910
  • 05-JUL-2019
    Spain
    $1,005,114
  • 04-JUL-2019
    Japan

    private donors

    $78,200
  • European Union
    $568,181
  • Japan
    $2,800,963
  • 03-JUL-2019
    Angola
    $60,000
  • 02-JUL-2019
    Netherlands
    $743,035
  • 30-JUN-2019
    Japan

    private donors

    $300,000
  • Argentina
    $53,550
  • Sweden

    private donors

    $250,000
  • Spain
    $183,019
  • Oman

    private donors

    $57,251
  • United Arab Emirates

    private donors

    $783,336
  • Kuwait

    private donors

    $101,816
  • Saudi Arabia

    private donors

    $309,437