South Sudan’s humanitarian affairs and disaster management minister has urged South Sudan to prepare for what he called a ‘real crisis’, whatever the outcome of an upcoming referendum on the potential partition of Africa's largest country.
James Kok Ruea says id agencies and the United Nations should be ready to cope with massive displacement of southerners.
Speaking in the southern capital to a room crowded with the heads of UN and international aid agencies, Ruea warns that, "The needs will be enormous, so we will need your support. We have to be ready, we have to have plans."
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