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Wednesday, February 6, 2019 - 09:15
The International Organization for Migration or IOM launched 2019 South Sudan appeal on Tuesday to the tune of 122 million US Dollars to support displaced people and returnees.
“We need to support the people of South Sudan, as the country pursues a peaceful and stable future,” said Jean-Philippe Chauzy, IOM South Sudan Chief of Mission.
 “As the road to sustained peace is being paved, many familiar challenges persist,” added the official.
In 2019, IOM’s operations in South Sudan will continue to support vulnerable people with essential life-saving assistance. 
We will do so through an integrated community-owned approach with strong links between our humanitarian and recovery work, supporting the people of South Sudan to become more resilient, said Chauzy.
IOM Chief hopes they and the communities across South Sudan can count on donors’ much-needed support throughout what we hope will be a defining year for the country.
The official discloses that IOM has established offices in Juba, Wau, Bentiu, Malakal, Bor, Rumbek and the Abyei Administrative Area, as well as satellite responses in areas such as Magwi, Mayom, Kapoeta, Twic and Yei. 

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