This program is not supported directly by ASASE but by other European donors of our local partner, SVDP Juba.
With the return to peace, it is not intended to be continued.
During the civil war, SVDP has provided punctual aid in camps for displaced people in the capital.
In the camp of Mahat in particular, about 10 000 people took refuge since 2014.
A majority came from the states of Jonglei (northeast of the capital) and Upper Nile (northeast of the country).
97% of the displaced population in this camp are women and children.
There is an average of about 7 people per tent. Tents sometimes include several families.
They mainly rely for their survival on the World Food Program. But provisions supplies are random, punctual and underestimated.
Depending on the donations received, SVDP used to organize distributions, mainly of food.
During the rainy season, people lack tarpaulins and blankets.
According to the leaders of this camp, the positive aspect is that the different tribes are living there in harmony. This is rather unusual insofar as the camps are usually organized by tribe.