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16 December 2017 | Comments (1)
35 year old Grace Eve Achol, amidst the hardship and economic crisis in South Sudan has not lost hope in operating a small scale business in Rumbek of frying fish and sweet potatoes. Read more
15 December 2017 | Comments (0)
Since the outbreak of the December 2013 conflict in South Sudan many humanitarian organizations in Uganda have continued offering their support to the South Sudanese refugees arriving Uganda on a daily basis. Read more
14 December 2017 | Comments (0)
Following the recent fighting among the three rival communities of Agaar, the Rup, Kuei and Pakam that left over 200 people dead, the hopes for peace for the people of Malek County have been shattered. Read more
14 December 2017 | Comments (0)
Religious leader have called on South Sudanese refugees living in several parts of West Nile region to avoid further conflicts and ensure that they live in peace with the host communities. Read more
13 December 2017 | Comments (0)
Most Ugandans are completely reliant on natural resources to survive. Forests provide firewood and cleared land frees arable soil for agriculture. Read more
12 December 2017 | Comments (0)
Joyce Jokudu a South Sudanese refugee in Ayilo refugee settlement in Adjumani district of Uganda is happy to be part of a women’s savings group initiative by World Vision. Read more
11 December 2017 | Comments (1)
Driven out of her country by a bloody conflict, teacher Halima Poni finds herself in a dusty patch of land surrounded by rivers sucked dry by the searing sun. Read more
11 December 2017 | Comments (0)
Agriculture is critical for sustainable development and poverty reduction, and agricultural growth can be a powerful means for inclusive growth according to the 2008 World Development report. Read more
10 December 2017 | Comments (0)
For more than 15 years, Elishoma James has been a primary school teacher in South Sudan, a country born out of struggle for more than 21 years of civil war between the north now known as Sudan and the then Southern Sudan which got its independence from the Khartoum government in 2011. Read more
10 December 2017 | Comments (0)
John Moro 43, father of nine and resident of Morobi Zone II in Palorinya Refugee Settlement, Moyo district says he has dedicated much of his time to fight Tuberculosis because he has already known the cost Tuberculosis has inflicted on him and his family before being found with the disease in 2012. Read more
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