United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Weekly Humanitarian Bulletin
20-26 April 2012
- The African Union called on Sudan and South Sudan to return to peace negotiations, proposing a three- month deadline to reach an agreement before resorting to UN-backed binding arbitration.
- Humanitarian partners responded to help over 20,000 people affected by attacks in South Sudanese states bordering Sudan.
- South Sudan’s embassy in Khartoum has so far issued about 3,000 emergency travel documents and received about 1,000 applications for nationality certificates and passports, as partners call for flights to resume for extremely vulnerable returnees.