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Juba Link, one of RMF’s partner organizations, funds the South Sudan Medical Journal. The November 2016 issue is now posted on the journal’s website, with topics such as child immunization, managing an incomplete abortion, interpreting CT brain scans, performing lumbar punctures, running a nurse led diabetic clinic, and more. The South Sudan Medical Journal is also now a member of African Journals Online.
The number of Burundian refugees, many of whom are women and children, “fleeing violence, threats, extrajudicial killings, abduction, torture and persecution” has now surpassed 300,000. This press briefing from UNHCR spokesperson William Spindler further explains that resources for refugees are already overstretched in surrounding host countries, and additional support is urgently needed for the steady (and in some cases, increasing) number of new arrivals. Currently, Burundian refugees are seeking asylum in the following countries:
In its latest emergency update, the UNHCR reports that the number of South Sudanese refugees fleeing to Uganda has significantly increased in the past 7 days: “24,814 people arrived in the last week, compared to 18,703 and 17,133 in the previous two weeks.” The report further explains:
The number of South Sudanese refugees fleeing to Uganda rose even higher over the past 2 days, September 5, 2016 and September 6, 2016. News from the latest UNHCR emergency report includes: