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10 November 2017 | Comments (0)
"When they see me (mostly guys) clearly getting on with my own things, they come to try to make me feel inadequate, or as if something is wrong with reading a book." Read more
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10 November 2017 | Comments (0)
Internally displaced persons in Wau Sheltering at protection sites have said the town is not yet secure for the government to make calls for them to return to their homes. Read more
09 November 2017 | Comments (0)
Kosti Manibe, South Sudan’s former Finance Minister and a former political detainee now living in exile says the state of affairs in South Sudan is more worrying now than ever. Read more
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09 November 2017 | Comments (0)
At the age of 12 I was a school boy who did not think of having any responsibility. My job, to ensure i go to school and passed every exam. Read more
09 November 2017 | Comments (0)
A report from the Integrated Food Security Phase Classification, published on November 6, 2017, indicated that food security continues to deteriorate due to prolonged conflict, displacement, humanitarian access constraints, climatic shocks and macro-economic instability in South Sudan. Read more
08 November 2017 | Comments (0)
"If youth are gainfully employed in agriculture, fishing, small-scale business activities and transport, they are not likely going to be easily lured into hating or attacking members of a particular ethnic group." Read more
Posted in: Opinions
08 November 2017 | Comments (0)
"So, what were they suffering from? Were the moyot doctors fake? People wondered, shaking their heads and spitting on the ground." Read more
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08 November 2017 | Comments (0)
The Former Secretary General of the South Sudan Red Cross, Arthur Agany Poole will be awarded the Henry Dunant medal – the international award of the Red Cross Red Crescent Movement,today 9 November 2017, in Antalya, Turkey. Read more
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08 November 2017 | Comments (0)
The Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission (JMEC) today Wednesday begun an orientation and review workshop on the Agreement on the Resolution of the Conflict of South Sudan (ARCSS) for youth representatives in South Sudan. Read more
07 November 2017 | Comments (0)
“After more than 21 years in the liberation struggle and 7 years serving as a civil servant in the Ministry of Education and at the same time an SPLM soldier, my work for South Sudan was still not yet over.” Read more
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