200,000 people displaced in South Sudan

6 January 2014

Two hundred thousand people have been dispaced in South Sudan following ongoing conflict in the African country, according to the UN’s humanitarian agency (OCHA).

The agency says it is expecting more people to arrive in urban areas in the coming days as insecurity continues to drive people from their homes in various parts of the country.

Daniel Dickinson asked OCHA’s Tapiwa Gomo, who’s based in the South Sudanese capital Juba, for an update on the humanitarian situation.

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