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Almost 4.6 million people in South Sudan is in immediate need of food aid. The combination of growing violence, difficulties in reaching displaced populations and increasing food prices will push people over the edge if we do not immediately put South Sudan on top of the humanitarian agenda, warns NORCAP director Benedicte Giæver.
The renewed violence and heavy fighting in South Sudan has forced thousands of people to flee again at a time when many were looking to return to their homes and rebuild their lives. There are now well over two million displaced inside South Sudan and in neighbouring countries.
Combined with increased difficulty for humanitarian staff to deliver emergency aid, the need for food assistance is growing at an alarming rate. However, attacks on humanitarian workers mean aid organisations have been forced to withdraw from some areas to avoid risking the lives of their staff.