South Sudan Inter-Agency Humanitarian Evaluation
The conflict that began in December 2013 in South Sudan continues to affect the lives of millions of people. It has been marked by brutal violence against civilians and deepening suffering across the country. Insecurity and active hostilities constrain civilians’ freedom of movement. The major humanitarian consequences are widespread displacement due to the violence; high rates of death, disease, and injuries, severe food insecurity and disrupted livelihoods, and a major malnutrition crisis. South Sudan was declared an L3 emergency on February 11, 2014.
The final evaluation report of the response to the crisis in South Sudan was issued in March 2016.