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UN peacekeepers escort relief convoy to Lasu after inaugurating base in Yei UN peacekeepers escort relief convoy to Lasu after inaugurating base in Yei UN peacekeepers escort relief convoy to Lasu after inaugurating base in Yei 5 Feb UN peacekeepers escort relief convoy to Lasu after inaugurating base in Yei James Sokiri Humanitarian organizations have been able to deliver life-saving humanitarian aid to the people of Otogo County in the Yei River area in Central Equatoria.
The relief convoy could reach those in need thanks to the escort provided by the United Nations Mission in South Sudan, which recently opened a field support office in nearby Yei. The relief team delivered several life-saving kits in the Lasu district, including cooking utensils, blankets, mosquito nets, tablets of soap and carpets.
They also provided vaccination for pregnant mothers and children below the age of five, as well as treatment for the sick.
While there are admittedly a few thousand households in need of assistance in the area, a single relief convoy can only do so much. In this case, about households received relief aid during the visit. Lilian Soba, a year-old mother of two, was one of many grateful beneficiaries in Lasu. She believes that her community would not have survived another two or three months without external support. We have suffered a lot.
Soba explained, adding that non-food items received, like carpets and soaps, were also much-needed. A year-old elder who identified himself only as Eyobo says that he has also been severely affected by both fighting in the area and wildfires. I have lost all my belongings during the fighting. Those I took to the bush to save them have been burnt by wildfires. Anthony Ade Wani, Commissioner of Otogo County, says he has been mobilizing civilians to return home to access services and humanitarian assistance to allow them to start a new life.