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South Sudan continues to depend on food aid as the country is still struggling to achieve peace. In 2018, 7 million people were estimated to be severely food insecure. Several thousands of people faced famine conditions, according to a report issued by the Famine Early Warning Systems Network. At least 101 aid workers have been killed since the conflict started in December 2013 and violent attacks on humanitarian workers have been on the rise.
Despite increasing impediments on the delivery of humanitarian assistance, AAA has not rested and has tried its best to reach out to those suffering in South Sudan through donations from international donors like WFP and other private well-wishers through church contributions.
Majorly, AAA primarily targetted internally displaced persons and host communities, providing emergency food assistance, health, nutrition, shelter, water and sanitation as well as protection from gender based violence when we received funding for emergency responses from donors. Treatment of undernutrition were the most affected areas, as well as food assistance and improved access to basic services such as health, shelter, water and sanitation.

Achievements 2018

  • WFP provided 600 metric tons of food stuff to the TB and HIV patients.
  • PCPM Provided 10 metric tons of food stuff to malnourished children.
  • CESAR provided 5 metric tons of food stuff to malnourished children.