23rd May 2019
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IDPs in Juba Complain of harassment by soldiers

Author: Margaret Lole | Published: Wednesday, May 22, 2019

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.  ...

Author: Margaret Lole | Published: Tuesday, May 21, 2019

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

Author: Margaret Lole | Published: Monday, May 20, 2019

Heavy rains in Juba leaves many homeless

Published: Monday, May 20, 2019

Heavy rains in Juba leaves many homeless

Published: Thursday, May 16, 2019

UN FAO staff resume work after a short-lived strike

Published: Monday, May 13, 2019

IDPs in Malakal ready to go home-IOM

Published: Saturday, May 11, 2019

Duk Fangak County in dire need of clean drinking water

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S.Sudanese female humanitarian scoops prestigious award

A South Sudanese female humanitarian worker has been awarded a coveted humanitarian honor at the Bond International Development Awards in...

What EU, UK ambassadors say about plight of S.Sudanese women

The UK ambassador to South Sudan has described the levels of sexual and gender-based violence in South Sudan as horrific. (more…)

S.Sudan named among countries where most aid workers killed

A new report has indicated that South Sudan is second among 18 countries with the highest number of aid workers reportedly killed....

More than 3,000 displaced following Wau herder-farmer dispute

More than 3,000 people have been displaced in Kwajina County, Wau state as a result of Wednesday’s clashes between farmers and cattle...

NRC calls for access to aid agencies

The Norwegian Refugee Council is calling on all parties to allow humanitarian agencies to safely access people in desperate need of aid....

Number of IDPs seeking help in Yei increases

The UN Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs  says that more than 9,500 civilians have now sought safety and assistance in and...

Implement pact, restore people’s dignity, leaders told

A UN official is appealing to the South Sudan leaders to restore dignity of the civil war-affected people (more…)

Violent incidents against aid workers reduced – OCHA

A UN agency says there has been reduction of humanitarian access incidents across the country since the year began. (more…)

Insecurity hinders access to 23,000 people in Yei River

The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs says that aid agencies are unable to reach 23,000 people around Yei  area due...

S. Sudanese surgeon wins award for outstanding service

A South Sudanese surgeon has won United Nations High Commission of Refugees Nansen Award for 2018. (more…)

Double tragedy befalls Juba family

A double tragedy has befallen a South Sudanese family after the father died on learning his daughter lost her legs in an accident in India....

Gbudue men warned against child marriage

The Governor of Gbudue has warned men in the state against marrying underage girls. (more…)

Families in Leer receives aid months later

Communities in Leer, Southern Liech State are receiving assistance after over 2 months of suspension of aid distribution to the area....

UN peacekeeper killed by armed men

The UN Mission in South Sudan said a Bangladeshi peacekeeper was killed today in an armed attack on its convoy that was supporting the...

Third refugee dies in Rhino camp Fifa game scuffle

The death toll of the FIFA football match fighting among South Sudanese refugees in Uganda has risen to three, Ugandan police have ...

Trump’s nominee to ensure S Sudan leaders won’t enjoy ill-gotten riches

U.S President Donald Trump’s nominee for the position of the State Department's Africa Bureau says he plans to pursue further ...

Food rations for S. Sudanese refugees reduced due to funds shortage

Monthly food rations for refugees in Ethiopia have reduced over the last month due to inadequate funding, the the UN refugee agency, UNHCR...

Tobira killings isolated – Tobiolo

Torit state governor has described as an isolated case - the killing of MTN staff in the area on Monday. (more…)

The ‘worst-case’ hunger scenario is on our doorstep – NRC

More civilians are going hungry in more places than ever before in the history of South Sudan, says the Norwegian Refugee Council....

Peacekeepers shot at near Leer

The United Nations Mission in South Sudan says its peacekeepers in the Unity region were attacked by armed group on Monday. (more…)

Ambulance laden with charcoal kills man

A police ambulance loaded with charcoal hit and killed a 51-year-old man near Juba on Thursday, an eyewitness has said. (more…)

Gok recorder saga continues

The Minister of Information in Gok state has described as ‘a very big lie’ the detention of a local journalist over a lost recorder....

AU convenes meeting on Abyei

South Sudan and Sudan are expected to hold a meeting on the disputed Abyei area next week. (more…)

Peacekeepers not protecting aid workers – Lul

The SPLA Spokesperson has accused UNMISS of failing to protect road travelers several aid workers travelling across the country....

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