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30 March 2020 | Comments (1)
“While South Sudan has not confirmed a case of COVID-19, we remain at risk because all our neighbouring countries have reported cases,” said Minister of Health Hon. Elizabeth Achuei Yol. Read more
28 March 2020 | Comments (0)
"I would like to strongly remind H.E. the President of what he knows: this RARCISS abrogation is only possible when you have decided to leave power to others. It is the snare that has ensnared you with all the parties and put your neck to the noose." Read more
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27 March 2020 | Comments (0)
“Most of these volunteers were doing risk communication and community engagement on Ebola Virus Disease and now, we are shifting them to COVID-19 prevention,” John added.

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24 March 2020 | Comments (1)
"South Sudan’s prisons and its National Security Service (NSS) detention sites continue to be overcrowded, unsanitary, and with inadequate medical care...Government Measures Should Address Those Displaced, Detained".

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23 March 2020 | Comments (0)
"Many people’s lives depend on us and the Mission is committed to maintaining its activities to protect civilians and build durable peace to the best of its ability given the challenges posed by COVID-19." Read more
23 March 2020 | Comments (0)
"Beware that criminals use email, websites, phone calls, text messages, and even fax messages for their scams." Read more
19 March 2020 | Comments (0)
"I know they'll become our best agents in uprooting this rooted Savage, cruel approaches to ethnic politics and corruption." Read more
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19 March 2020 | Comments (0)
"In a small way, the recent appointment of a woman as Minister of Defence is an excellent move for the R-TGoNU. It is a pointer of the necessary reforms needed to professionalise our army for better defence of the nation". JJA

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19 March 2020 | Comments (0)
"One reasons we are so critical of divorced women in this community is because we expect them to act like mothers. We expect them to stay no matter how abusive or exploitative the marriage is". Read more
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17 March 2020 | Comments (0)
“This horrific and brutal violence and targeting of the vulnerable has gone beyond the level of intercommunal violence and cattle raiding violence we have recently seen. It needs to come to an immediate halt,” Miglietta added. MSF Read more
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