GENEVA – For 155.000 people in South Sudan threatens within a few months famine to arise. For them occurs between may and July a disastrous situation, turns out Monday from a survey of South Sudan and the United Nations.
According to the report, life 5.3 million people, about half of the population of the young country, all in “crisis” or “emergency.” These are the third and fourth scale of five, where the last “famine” is.
The oil-rich country since 2013 torn apart by a civil war. Four million people fled their homes, creating the largest vluchtelingencrisis in Africa was created since the genocide in Rwanda in 1994.