UNICEF Working With Partners, Appeals For Aid To Support Children Affected By Flooding In South Sudan, Somalia

UNICEF: UNICEF appeals for US$10 million to support flood affected children in South Sudan
“While water levels are continuing to rise, UNICEF in South Sudan launched a flash appeal asking for US$10 million to respond to the most immediate needs of children affected by the floods. Over 900,000 people in South Sudan, including 490,000 children, are in need of urgent assistance” (11/7).

UNICEF: 200,000 children affected as heavy flooding in Somalia brings increased risk of malnutrition and disease outbreak
“An estimated 200,000 children have been affected by heavy flooding in Belet Weyne, Berdale, Baidoa, Jowhar and Mahadaiin, Somalia. … UNICEF is working closely with local authorities and partners to determine and meet the most urgent needs of children and their families” (11/5).

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