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06 June 2020 | Comments (0)
“I can now make modern beehives from material that is locally available and I have been able to increase the number of my beehives from 25 to 80”, says Andrea. Read more
30 April 2020 | Comments (0)
Dimma: "...there was no single battalion of Eight-year-olds trained, equipped, and sent to fight. Never!"..Kakuma:"Many people lost their lives in Kakuma because of tribal conflicts that could have been avoided had the people lived together to promote both unity and diversity." Read more
05 March 2020 | Comments (1)
"...the Equatoria Forestry Company Ltd. is doing development in the area: harvesting and planting teak, sawing timber, experimenting with coffee, groundnuts, and simsim planting with prospects for future export." Read more
05 August 2019 | Comments (2)
"By this time, though, everything was gone: no buttocks left; ribs were exposed, thighs and arms didn’t have any meat or muscles left on them. I looked like a bamboo pole, literally, without visible curves whatsoever". Read more
06 July 2019 | Comments (1)
"Evidently, according to the investigators, Biel was murdered and his body was thrown into the river."

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11 June 2019 | Comments (0)
"The PoC community discovered that enclosure in the camp was the main cause of suicide in addition to locally brewed alcohol and drug abuses." Read more
29 May 2019 | Comments (0)
Mass logging of natural forest reservesis threatening the wellbeing of Fauna and Flora (Animals and human life)in various villages of Liwolo and Kangapo counties of Yei River. Local officials said. Read more
21 May 2019 | Comments (2)
Women in Marial Ajith are realizing their community’s potential Read more
17 April 2019 | Comments (0)
“It was ululation, tears, and songs of happiness. Seeing the happiness in their faces after enduring so much fills us with hope. We won’t stop until all separated children are back home.” Read more
31 March 2019 | Comments (1)
In 1936, the South Sudanese first Pilot Mading Riak was born in Eastern Lakes State, in a village called Aher. He is number four (4) of seven (7) siblings from Apaak clan of Yirol West. Mading Riak and his youngest brother Yuot Riak were the only siblings sent to school by their father Riak Amojpei. Read more
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