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18 September 2020 | Comments (0)
"We wish to clarify that the European Union does not pay incentives for teachers from private schools and from secondary education schools." Read more
14 September 2020 | Comments (0)
"Search for livelihoods opportunities to complement food needs, after the reduction of the food basket in Uganda’s refugee camps, was the major reason for heads of households returning to South Sudan."
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04 September 2020 | Comments (0)
"This surge in violence is deeply disturbing and is leading to clashes between those who are carrying them out and SSPDF and SPLA-IO forces. Inevitably, many civilians have been affected." Read more
28 August 2020 | Comments (0)
“When someone goes missing, families not only lose a loved one, but they also lose income, property or inheritance making it hard for them to meet day to day needs." Read more
22 August 2020 | Comments (0)
"This attitude of creating contrary interpretation to the original intension or meaning of the R-ARCSS provision is clear demonstration of sense for low appetite for timely and genuine implementation of R-ARCSS." Read more
18 August 2020 | Comments (0)
“I saw women and children lying dead in the market, said Garang Aruong Akech, 60, who fled his village with his family to Bor town. “We walked in water for seven days with nothing to eat before reaching Bor.” Read more
24 July 2020 | Comments (0)
"Making the Gender-Based Violence Court fully functional as soon as possible would be an important step in this regard, along with provisions for legal aid and representation" Read more
23 July 2020 | Comments (0)
“There will be no victors in this conflict: this violence risks causing long-term calamitous food insecurity across this region, for the rest of this year.” Country Director, WFP. Read more
21 July 2020 | Comments (0)
"The global collapse of the price of oil has had a massive knock-on effect on the nation’s finances and society. The competition for resources it has set off has driven the rise of criminal and communal violence across the country". Read more
17 July 2020 | Comments (0)
"Main reasons for the returns in June 2020 were attributed to: the onset of the crop season, coupled with the reduction of food assistance in refugee camps in Uganda and Ethiopia; the increase in cost of living in refugee hosting locations and the fear for the spread of COVID-19 in Sudan" Read more
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