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21 May 2019 | Comments (0)
Women in Marial Ajith are realizing their community’s potential Read more
21 May 2019 | Comments (0)
"UNDP and IOM have invested in innovative youth activities for reintegration through capacity building in peacebuilding, social cultural interdependencies, infrastructure development and socio-economic activities". Read more
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21 May 2019 | Comments (0)
“We heard that a peace agreement was signed last year but on the ground, it’s a different thing. We don’t have freedom to move to our farming lands, women are still being raped! If we are in peace, these bad things must come to an end!” Read more
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19 May 2019 | Comments (1)
“We have been in the bushes and now that there is relative peace, we have decided to plan farming for our own good. We want the Government and the opposition fighters not to disappoint us by displacing us again”, Read more
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17 May 2019 | Comments (0)
“On the way they began to argue again what to do with me, kill me or let me go. One wanted to spear me and the other one wanted to beat me. until they hit my hand, which has now swollen." Read more
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14 May 2019 | Comments (0)
“As part of the African Union, five countries outside south Sudan are supporting this process of developing the recommendations of appropriate states, boundary and the reconstitution of the council of states,..." Read more
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13 May 2019 | Comments (0)
"This visit is really timely because we want to build on the momentum and we wanted to show that the three organisations are together. And we hope that the parties also will be at the level of their responsibilities this time."
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10 May 2019 | Comments (1)
"The aim of the visit is to provide support to the peace process in South Sudan, further to the 3 May 2019 agreement facilitated by IGAD that extended the pre-transitional period by six months." Read more
08 May 2019 | Comments (0)
“The fire was together with the wind, which forced people to enter into their houses because wind was like a typhoon, and it caught fire.” Read more
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08 May 2019 | Comments (0)
"Though the geography of South Africa is dominated by agricultural land, black Africans own just 4 percent of individual farms; by contrast, 72 percent are owned by white people, even though whites make up less than 10 percent of the population.”
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