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South Sudan crisis

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The FAM Foundation has established a fund dedicated to supporting local organizations that respond to global emergency crises with significant negative impacts. This fund is specifically designed to address urgent issues such as providing support to regions affected by crises like the situation in Ukraine, addressing the climate catastrophes, and other high-scale emergencies.

 

Through this fund, the FAM Foundation aims to provide assistance to local organizations that are at the forefront of tackling these crises, supporting their efforts to mitigate the negative impacts and provide relief to affected communities. The Foundation recognizes the importance of rapid response and targeted assistance during times of crisis and is committed to making a positive difference in these challenging situations.

SOS FUNDS
PROJECTS IN 2022/2023.

SOUTH SUDAN

MSF medical and humanitarian aid

The security situation remains volatile in many areas of South Sudan despite a peace agreement and a unified government.

In addition to recurrent conflicts, the country continues to suffer from concurrent emergencies, including severe flooding, food insecurity, and disease outbreaks. According to the United Nations, two-thirds of people are in need of humanitarian assistance such as food, water, and healthcare.

 

MSF teams provide a range of services, including general healthcare, mental healthcare, and specialist hospital care. MSF mobile teams also provide health assistance to displaced people and remote communities in eight of the country’s 10 states and in two administrative areas. In addition to responding to emergencies and disease outbreaks, MSF also carries out preventative activities, such as vaccination campaigns, seasonal malaria chemoprevention, safe drinking water, and non-food items distribution.

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Cities, tows or villages where MSF work in 2022.

The maps and place names used do not reflect any position by MSF on their legal status

SINCE 1983 IN SOUTH SUDAN

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Conflict and displacement

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Climate change and floods

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Acess to healthcare

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Access to clean water and sanitation

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Infectious disease outbreaks

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Supporting the health system

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Neglected tropical diseases

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