17th September 2019
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6.35 million South Sudanese at risk of hunger

Author: Margaret Lole | Published: Thursday, September 12, 2019

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

Author: Koang Pal | Published: Tuesday, September 10, 2019

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

Author: Margaret Lole | Published: Tuesday, September 10, 2019

IDPs angered by movement restrictions

Published: Tuesday, September 10, 2019

IDPs angered by movement restrictions

Published: Monday, September 9, 2019

Private Company to collect garbage in Juba

Published: Wednesday, September 4, 2019

IDPs clash with UN police

Published: Tuesday, September 3, 2019

IDPs accuse gov’t, aid agencies of negligence

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Papal visit to South Sudan nears

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Aweil may declare famine next year – official

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7 civilians, UN peacekeeper killed in Abyei

Seven civilians and one UN peacekeeper have been reportedly killed in an attack on the disputed border region of Abyei. (more…)

S.Sudan Red Cross President gets another 4-year term

The General Assembly of the South Sudan Red Cross has re-elected Joseph Dhuor Makuei as its president for a second term. (more…)

Priesident Kiir pardons 15 prisoners without Biar & Kerubino

President Salva Kiir has pardoned and ordered the release of 15 prisoners on the occasion of the 8th independence anniversary today....

USAID airlifts life-saving food for malnourished children in S. Sudan

United States aid agency - USAID has airlifted 400 metric tons of Ready to Use Therapeutic Food to feed children with severe acute...

Over 1,000 families displaced by flood water in Bieh state

Over 1,000 families have been displaced by flood water in six counties of Bieh State, the state minister of information has said. ...

IDPs cut off from Wau after bridge collapsed

Wau town Mayor says more than 2, 000 internally displace persons have been cut off from humanitarian assistance after a bridge collapsed...

ICRC facilitates release of 15 detainees held by SPLA-IO

The International Committee of the Red Cross says it has facilitated the release of 15 prisoners of war who were initially detained by the...

ADB approves over $24 million for urban water development in Juba

The African Development Bank has approved a proposal to commit $24.7 million to support South Sudan Strategic Water Supply and Sanitation...

Extend Ebola prevention plans to opposition held areas -Gov’t

The government has urged health partners to work with some opposition figures who are not signatories to the revitalized agreement in order...

Refugees urged to refrain from engaging in crimes

The Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Disaster Management has urged urban refugees to acquire legal papers in order to legitimize their...

‘S.Sudanese still at risk of more attacks in Khartoum’ -UNHCR

The UN refugee agency, UNHCR says that at least 1,600 South Sudanese refugees have relocated to the Bentiu ‘open area’ following the...

CEPO questions government silence on floods

A civil society activist has criticized the government over failure to assist flood victims in parts of the country. (more…)

Roads opened for humanitarian aid to opposition areas

Authorities in Western Equatoria say they have agreed on opening roads for humanitarian aid to opposition-controlled areas in the region....

6.9 million at risk of hunger in South Sudan

Six point nine million people in South Sudan will face high levels of food insecurity by the end of next month. (more…)

Significant number of IDPs in Wau returning to their homes, says UNMISS

A good number of Internally Displaced Persons are leaving the Wau Protection of Civilian site to return to their homes, the UN Mission in...

IDPs in Juba Complain of harassment by soldiers

IDPs sheltering at the POC in Juba say they are harassed by members of the organized forces as they get in and out of the camp.  ...

‘We can’t go home’: IDPs respond to Kiir’s call

The internally displaced people in Juba say they will not leave UN camp sites because their homes are still illegally occupied....

Heavy rains in Juba leaves many homeless

Several families in Juba have reportedly been rendered homesless after their houses were submerged by heavy rains that is still pouring....

UN FAO staff resume work after a short-lived strike

National staff of the UN Food and Agriculture Organization have resumed work shortly after staging a strike over lack of hardship...

IDPs in Malakal ready to go home-IOM

A report conducted by IOM and UNHCR shows that nearly half of the displaced people in Malakal are ready to go back home. (more…)

Duk Fangak County in dire need of clean drinking water

Local authorities in Duk, Fangak County, are calling on humanitarian agencies in the area to support over 8000 people with access to clean...

Four die in separate fire outbreaks in Aweil East

Four more people have reportedly died as a result of the Lol State firestorm that extended to two villages in the neighboring Aweil East...

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