Find out how the UK will respond to opportunities and challenges, what is being achieved for the UK and who we are working with.
South Sudan is one of the world’s most fragile countries and has been beset by conflict since it was created in 2011. It is facing a severe and protracted humanitarian crisis, exacerbated by economic collapse. It has one of the highest inflation rates in the world, and a huge fiscal deficit. Half of the population requires emergency food assistance. Over 4 million South Sudanese (out of a population of 12 million) are displaced, including over 2 million refugees who have fled to neighbouring countries.
To find out how the UK will respond to the opportunities and challenges, what is being achieved for the UK and who we are working with please read the full country profile for South Sudan.
For detailed information on our programme and what the UK spends on development in South Sudan, see:
- Development Tracker to explore international development projects funded by the UK government by country and sector
- International Development Funding finder tool for funding opportunities by country, sector and organisation type
- Research for Development Outputs for outputs from DFID funded research projects and programmes
- South Sudan and the UK updates, news and events from the UK government in South Sudan
DFID South Sudan
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