The International Organization for Migration (IOM), the Kingdom of Netherlands, and the Government of South Sudan have launched a new project to address climate change concerns in South Sudan’s Jonglei State.
South Sudan is facing the aftermath of its worst floods since 1960, affecting over 835,000 people. Working with many partners, the Dutch embassy is working to bolster climate resilience, and to minimise the impact of persistent flooding on the people.
In this world of compound risks, the impact of a single shock can amplify existing stresses and potentially initiate a cascade of new shocks. The path to resilience will be more difficult for countries affected by fragility, conflict, and violence (FCV).
Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, the