2 June 2016. Maban: Local residents in Bung village, Maban, South Sudan, get registered to receive seeds during a distribution. The UN Refugee Agency and Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations have distributed seeds and agricultural tools to 200,000 refugees and their host communities across South Sudan to help them become more self-sufficient in a country facing a serious food crisis. Assessments have shown that the food and nutrition security situation is worrying in many parts of the country, including in Upper Nile ? a region hosting four refugee camps and South Sudan?s largest refugee population of 134,000 Sudanese refugees. A nutrition survey, conducted in late 2015, found that Upper Nile?s Maban refugee camps registered higher levels of malnutrition compared to 2014. This was particularly the case in Doro camp, where the rates of Global Acute Malnutrition (GAM) and Severe Acute Malnutrition (SAM) were respectively 15.5 percent and 2.6 percent ? above UNHCR standards of 10 percent and 2 percent.