A young South Sudanese boy carries his brother to a refugee camp in northern Uganda. Most refugees (86%) fleeing South Sudan are women and children, including survivors of violent attacks and sexual assault, and children that have been separated from their parents.

South Sudan, the world’s newest country, is on its way to becoming the world’s newest genocide. Every day, people are dying of starvation. Due to years of civil unrest, an estimated 4.9 million people from among the country’s population of 13 million are severely food insecure. Millions have been displaced and are continuing to flee the country to refugee camps.

Jewish World Watch has created an emergency aid fund to help the people of South Sudan. We are currently working with partners on the ground in South Sudan to treat people suffering from undernourishment and malnutrition.

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is now looming in South Sudan as targeted ethnic killings ravage the country.
65 million
people are forcibly displaced, most fleeing mass atrocities and violent conflict.
1.5 billion
people around the world live in conflict-affected countries.