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03 May 2016 | Comments (0)
The Toposa, with their Paramount Chief (extreme right), welcome arriving chiefs from (Greater) Western Equatoria, (Greater) Jonglei and (Greater) Warrap to Kuron Peace Centre, April 27 - May 2, 2016. [Photo by Jacob J. Akol] Read more
03 May 2016 | Comments (0)
A Dutch based organization, SNV-Netherlands Development Organisation has equipped five schools in Imatong State with agricultural inputs for gardening projects in the schools. Read more
25 April 2016 | Comments (0)
Health Experts advise that the safest way for expectant mothers to have safe deliveries and avoid maternal and neonatal death is by visiting health facilities. Read more
22 April 2016 | Comments (0)
Ngakoyi Farmers Group is vying for a stake in the highly lucrative locally produced food business which currently is unable to meet the huge market demand nationwide and has remained largely untapped in many productive areas of South Sudan. Read more
20 April 2016 | Comments (3)
The starving residents of Kuacjok, the capital of Gogrial State, are jostling for tree leaves and wild fruits following shortage of food in the region. Read more
31 March 2016 | Comments (0)
As Christians celebrated Easter last Friday, Itialak and Lohila residents of Kudo Payam, Torit County in Imatong State, gathered to pray and witness the drilling of a bore hole in their area. Read more
22 March 2016 | Comments (0)
Marriage in the Dinka culture traditionally, is everyone's goal and having a family is regarded as the ultimate fulfilment in life. Read more
18 March 2016 | Comments (0)
A business woman who encountered losses during the South Sudan violence in Bor in 2013 says that her business is slowly picking up despite challenges she is facing. Read more
16 March 2016 | Comments (0)
Empowering women groups to play more roles in small-scale agriculture production would improve the livelihoods of families and contribute to enhancing food security in the rural communities, according to Jenti Kiden Williams, the chairperson of Yembe Women’s Group. Read more
16 March 2016 | Comments (34)
“It is the hard life in South Sudan that has forced me to risk my life and choose this tedious job of collecting and crushing stones every day under the scorching sun along the road at Marol market to earn at least a living since 2014 after the crisis.” Read more
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