Don’t let our people become refugees any more… 20 JUNE – WORLD REFUGEE DAY


Separating from family and fleeing homeland as a refugee is a helpless choice. We hope that true peace will coming soon, so that we can return to our homeland and reunite with our families, because our home is always the best place in our heart.

Despite reaching safety after a week of walking, children like Nyaniel are still traumatised by their hardships. Her mother, Nyagay Riak, comforts her daughter as best as she can. © UNHCR/Rocco Nuri


LINK: Situation South Sudan by UNHCR

UNHCR is appealing for  US$2.7 billion to address the life-saving humanitarian needs of South Sudanese refugees in 2019 and 2020. In 2018, UNHCR and its partners received just 38 percent of the required US$1.4 billion requested to support South Sudanese refugees. Education, health and food supplies are all severely underfunded, exacting a heavy toll on women and children, who account for 83 percent of the refugees.


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