Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (SEA) is a key concern in South Sudan. The context of conflict, economic hardship, food insecurity and limited access to basic social services, along with the poor living conditions of the local population, combine to increase the vulnerability to gender-based violence and survival sex. This, with the existence of Protection of Civilians (POC) sites and large presence of peacekeepers and aid workers heighten the exposure to SEA. Community members are not adequately sensitized and mobilized to prevent SEA. The majority of the population is not aware of where and how to make SEA complaints and what the results might be. Amongst staff, personnel and contractors working for peacekeeping and humanitarian aid delivery, there is a low level on knowledge of standards of conduct, policies and procedures on PSEA.