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Govt urged to increase health, education budget

Author: Koang Pal | Published: Wednesday, July 28, 2021

A report by UNICEF has suggested that the government should increase national budget allocations for key social sectors such as education...

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: Wednesday, July 28, 2021

S Sudan launches inclusive education policy

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: Wednesday, July 7, 2021

GESS leader calls for an end to early and forced marriage

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Govt urged to increase health, education budget

A report by UNICEF has suggested that the government should increase national budget allocations for key social sectors such as education...

S Sudan launches inclusive education policy

The Ministry of General Education and Instruction on Tuesday launched the South Sudan Inclusive Education Policy. (more…)

GESS leader calls for an end to early and forced marriage

The team leader of Girls’ Education-South Sudan (GESS) has called for an end to early and forced marriage in the country. (more…)

S Sudanese children still needy 10 years after independence – Unicef

Two out of three South Sudanese children are still in desperate need of humanitarian support a decade after the country gained...

Girls outperform boys in 2021 primary education exams

The National Examinations Council has announced last year’s Certificate of Primary Education Examination results, with girls performing...

Dr. Garang Memorial University students protest indefinite closure

Some students at Dr. John Garang Memorial University of Science and Technology on Thursday morning organized a peaceful protest against the...

Save the Children calls for the protection of aid workers

Save the Children has urged the government to take all necessary actions to protect humanitarian workers in the country. (more…)

S.Sudanese refugee teachers in Sudan protest salary delay

More than four hundred South Sudanese teachers in various refugee camps in Sudan's White Nile state have gone on strike. (more…)

The goal-oriented man; joins university, fights for independence, graduates 40 years later at 66

A 66-year-old man just graduated from the University of Juba 40 years after he enrolled at the University of Juba. (more…)

Gov’t to target fresh graduates in new recruitment policy

President Salva Kiir has said the government will develop a merit-based employment policy to target fresh graduates. (more…)

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