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05 December 2016
CARITAS Torit, has said it has not totally pulled out their services in the States of Imatong and Namorunyang States. Read more
Posted in: Home, Health
04 December 2016
Some 3.6 million people in South Sudan face severe food shortages - the highest levels ever experienced at harvest time - and the crisis is likely to worsen when food from the current harvest runs out next year, said the World Food Programme (WFP). Read more
04 December 2016
As the World commemorated Woeld Aids Day Imatong State authorities called for a collective responsibility in the fight against HIV/Aids. Read more
Posted in: Home, Health
04 December 2016
The Union of Journalists of South Sudans’ (UJOSS) governing body, in its two-day meeting held in Juba, has resolved to go for a second term which is three years, as granted by the Union’s constitution Chapter Five (5) section (10) Subsection (2) on the powers of the executive committee. Read more
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04 December 2016
Sexual violence has reached epic proportions in the conflict in South Sudan and requires the urgent attention of the world, said the UN independent Commission on Human Rights in South Sudan after a ten-day visit during which they met women survivors around the country. Read more
03 December 2016
"JCE has been the waste basket of unverified stories, fabricated propaganda and evil-minding lies, that the Jieng Elders planned, implemented and fuelled the war of 15 December 2013." Read more
Posted in: Opinions
02 December 2016
Imatong State has adopted community policing as one of the ways to address increased crime rates in the State. Read more
Posted in: Home
02 December 2016
Wau teaching hospital is calling all fistula patients in the State to register with the hospital to be able to be scheduled for surgery in the on-going fistula campaign in Yambio town. Read more
Posted in: Home, Health
02 December 2016
As South Sudan marked World Aids Day on the 1st of December, it is unfortunate many in the country are still neither diagnosed nor getting treatment for this deadly virus. Read more
MSF medical officer talkingg to a patient in Yambio [Photo credit; MSF]
01 December 2016
"The only way we can end tribalism is for elders to form National Council of Elders that can speak with a unified national voice and speak up against ethnic targeting." Read more
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