More than 500 displaced women in Yambio, Western Equatoria State, are appealing for humanitarian assistance.
They fled the recent conflict between local youths and cattle keepers from other states.
More than ten people were killed and several others displaced in a shooting that followed an attack on a cattle camp.
Only less than 150 of the displaced women in Yambio received non-food items distributed by state authorities yesterday.
The state directorate of water and sanitation gave the IDPs basins, soaps and water guard.
One of the distributors, Zenab Galiya, says they targeted women and children because they are vulnerable to diseases related to poor hygiene.
“We managed to give to 130 people who have come from Maridi, but still there are more so we are planning to do the same in future. Because we have seen here, there many the one that
“We have given to only few [women]; and still you can see even, many women are here waiting to get the assistance.”
Several women who did not receive the items were not happy.
“We are heartbroken because those people who got the items are not from Maridi,” said Ludia Najua Taku.
The IDPs say they want more non-food items to improve their hygiene and sanitation amid Cholera outbreak in Juba and Bor.
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