International Aid Organizations Frustrated By Lack Of Progress In South Sudan, Exploring New Relief Models

IRIN: New aid plan needed for South Sudan
“Intense frustration is building across the aid community that despite its best efforts it has been unable to dent the catastrophic levels of suffering in South Sudan, worsened by war and a political class that doesn’t seem to care. … The stock taking, part of a high-level meeting on South Sudan’s crisis held on the sidelines of the U.N.’s General Assembly gathering, was so awful that some aid officials are exploring alternative ways to alleviate the misery…” (Oakford, 9/26).

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