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Mayen hints at decongestion of PoCs amidst COVID-19 fears

Author: Jale Richard | Published: Saturday, April 4, 2020

The Minister of Humanitarian Affairs has suggested the decongestion of Internally Displaced Persons' camps to prevent the risk of spreading...

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Guterres calls for concerted efforts to stop Covid-19

Author: Koang Pal | Published: Monday, March 30, 2020

Embassy airlifts Americans amidst flight ban

Published: Monday, March 30, 2020

Embassy airlifts Americans amidst flight ban

Published: Monday, March 30, 2020

Covid-19: citizens to get free food

Published: Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Mangateen IDPs sound alarm as aid groups abandoned them

Published: Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Chinese diplomat replaces Shearer’s deputy

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Why farmers in Magwi still worried after locusts left the area

The desert locusts that have invaded farms in Magwi County in Eastern Equatoria for the past two weeks are now a cause  (more…)

Egypt delivers humanitarian aid for flood-affected areas

The government has received humanitarian aid from Egypt to support victims of last year’s floods, the Chairperson of the Relief and ...

Focus on people’s needs, aid group urges unity gov’t

The re-constituted government of national unity should now prioritize the needs of the people of South Sudan, The Norwegian Refugee ...

6 million will be food insecure by April – Gov’t

An estimated six million people in the country will face acute food shortage from February to April, the government and three UN agencies...

SPLA-IO releases some captive women, children

Nearly 80 women and 50 children who had been held for nearly two years in military bases by SPLA-IO in the Western Equatoria region ...

Abyei gets $3 million stability fund

The Kingdom of the Netherlands has contributed $3 million for supporting stability and facilitating a resolution to the conflict in the...

RRC asked to offer Yei returnees farming tools

A member of parliament has appealed to the Relief and Rehabilitation Commission to provide farm tools to returnees in Yei River State....

EAC states soon to be forced to intervene in flooding situations

The East African Legislative Assembly has enacted a bill that once passed into law will obligate member states to respond to the impact of ...

UNHCR condemns Bunj attack on aid workers

The UN Refugee Agency has expressed outrage at the latest attack on humanitarian workers in South Sudan. (more…)

USAID introduces hotline to report GBV incidents

The USAID has established a hotline number that can be used to report incidents of gender-based violence in projects that it is funding....

Bahr el Ghazal-bound food trucks stranded in Yirol

More than 100 trucks on transit to greater Bahr el Ghazal have reportedly been stranded in Yirol town for weeks due to impassable road....

Two killed in Bentiu POC riots

Two civilians died after fighting broke out between young people inside the UN camp in Bentiu, Northern Liech State. (more…)

US provides $92.5m to help flood victims

The United States says it’s providing $92.5 million in humanitarian aid to vulnerable South Sudanese. (more…)

Germany gives WFP over $10m to help flood victims

Germany has offered the UN food agency $10.9 million to support those affected by flooding in South Sudan. (more…)

Norway offers $3m to flood victims

The Norwegian government has allocated about $3 million to support people displaced by floods across South Sudan. (more…)

IOM condemns killing of its workers in Morobo

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has condemned the killing of its aid workers in Morobo at the weekend. (more…)

S. Sudanese charged with attempted murder in Uganda

A South Sudanese refugee has been charged with the attempted murder of a Ugandan police officer in Obongi District. (more…)

Floods devastate Torit, Abyei, Jonglei

Latest flooding caused by persistent rainfall has reportedly rendered thousands of families homeless in parts of the country. (more…)

UNICEF estimates 1.9 million IDPs in SS

The United Nations Children agency has called for increased support for parents forced to raise their babies and young children in...

Over 29m babies born into conflict in 2018 – Unicef

At least 29 million babies were born into conflict affected countries in 2018 alone, the UN children’s agency has said. (more…)

6.35 million South Sudanese at risk of hunger

More than 6.35 million people in South Sudan do not know where their next meal will come from. (more…)

SPLM/A-IO accused of rape, occupations of new civilian buildings

The Chairman of the Ceasefire and Transitional Security Arrangements Monitoring Mechanism has accused the SPLM/A-IO of one rape incident...

IDPs angered by movement restrictions

An IDP leader has accused government soldiers of restricting their movements in and out of the POC in Juba. (more…)

Private Company to collect garbage in Juba

Juba City Council says plans are underway to contract an independent company to handle garbage collection in the residential areas....

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