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Alfred Soka-CRN
Friday, February 22, 2019 - 11:59
The United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator in South Sudan led a high-level delegation of UN agencies and non-governmental organizations to Yei town.
Alain Noudéhou’s was to review the humanitarian situation in the area, which has seen continued conflict over the past few months.
The Coordinator in a statement says “the internally displaced people I met today in Yei told me they want peace, so they can go home”.
Getting services to them – including the women and children – must be the priority for all of humanitarian organizations, he adds. 
Noudéhou says humanitarian organizations are working tirelessly to provide support and they need a safe space to operate, the violence must stop.
The humanitarian chief also met with national health authorities and humanitarian organizations working on Ebola Virus Disease preparedness.
“We must continue our efforts to keep Ebola at bay,” the Humanitarian Coordinator urges the workers.

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