Humanitarian Health Action

South Sudan appeal documents


  • 22 February 2015

    WHO Country briefing and funding request

    Weak health system and service delivery at all levels, with over 80% of services being provided by international organizations. Secondary health care in the crisis affected states remains poor with limited surgical capacity. Humanitarian actors are making efforts to provide humanitarian assistance and deploying rapid response teams in high risk areas.


  • February 2014

    Health emergency response funding proposal

    Project proposal responding to health needs of the affected people in the Republic of South Sudan crisis.

  • 16 February 2014

    South Sudan crisis donor brief and funding request

    WHO Director General declared 12 February 2014 the South Sudan crises a grade 3 emergency. Following WHO’s Emergency Response Framework performance standards, an Emergency Health Leader was immediately deployed to Juba to support the country office relief efforts. The humanitarian conditions of people displaced and affected by violence has been quickly deteriorating, it is expected that by June 2014 one million people will be internally displaced. More than 4.2 million are in need of health services, of which WHO and health cluster partners envisage to target 1.9 million people for basic health services, prevention and response to outbreaks and upply of live saving medicines.