19 Oct 2019


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13 June 2019 | Comments (0)
“We know that when people are able to travel to meet with each other, it is easier to build trust and confidence. In many areas where roads have been improved, we have seen a decrease in violence between groups..." Read more
12 June 2019 | Comments (0)
“I have received my cattle in good condition; that’s what matters,” said the chief. Read more
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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
08 June 2019 | Comments (0)
"...the secondary school students of those days were more mature, united and nationalistic than their contemporaries of today, lamentably, even of the universities of today do not measure to them."

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07 June 2019 | Comments (0)
"He is reported to be the commander of the militias known as the “border intelligence brigade” in Misteriya and Musa Hilal is the second in command.16Some of the forces in Misteriya are known as Al Motaharik Al Khafif, Al Saria, Al Morea or the Mobile, Light, Quick and Horrible forces". Read more
05 June 2019 | Comments (0)
“I am totally confused and do not know where to go and what to do with these kids. My only house was demolished by heavy rain last night and also some of my basic equipments, especially utensils, have been destroyed too along with the house.” Amel told Gurtong in Aweil.

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05 June 2019 | Comments (1)
"I am not really even sure whether majority of South Sudanese realise the fact that we are currently heading back to become second-class citizens in our own country, a situation from which we liberated ourselves. " Read more
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04 June 2019 | Comments (1)
“The project is more than just a bridge,” says Rebecca Okwaci, Minister of Roads and Bridges. “This is an investment in various sectors of South Sudan including education, agriculture, health, transport and tourism.” Read more
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03 June 2019 | Comments (0)
"There are some people who will not give blood for a sick relative because they fear once blood is taken, it would have to be tested for HIV/AIDS,” Read more
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31 May 2019 | Comments (1)
“We have deployed the army to create a buffer zone between the two states, and yet we need more forces to top up those already on the ground”.

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