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Refugees mark day with calls for more opportunities

Author: Jale Richard | Published: Sunday, June 20, 2021

Being a refugee comes with limitations. From food shortages to lack of education and limited employment opportunities. (more…)

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: Tuesday, June 15, 2021

Two watchmen detained over Dr Louis’ ‘gruesome murder’

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: Tuesday, June 15, 2021

Aid agencies get $11m to provide clean water, food to S Sudanese

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Refugees mark day with calls for more opportunities

Being a refugee comes with limitations. From food shortages to lack of education and limited employment opportunities. (more…)

Two watchmen detained over Dr Louis’ ‘gruesome murder’

Two suspects have reportedly been arrested over the killing of Dr. Edward Louis Saleh in May 2021 in Unity State, according to the...

Aid agencies get $11m to provide clean water, food to S Sudanese

Aid agencies in South Sudan will receive $11 million for the provision of clean water, shelter, and food for people in need. (more…)

S.Sudan experienced high levels of food crisis, violence in May – UN report

The month of May has been characterized by high levels of food insecurity, violence, and cattle raids in South Sudan, a new report by the...

World Bank allocates $116 million for poverty-reduction projects in S.Sudan

  The World Bank has allocated $116 million to address acute food insecurity and desert locust crisis in South Sudan. (more…)

At least 7 aid workers killed this year in S.Sudan -Report

At least 7 humanitarians have been killed in South Sudan this year amidst an escalation of violence against humanitarians in recent months....

USAID hands over food for malnourished children

The US Agency for International Development (USAID) handed over 97,600 cartons of ready-to-use therapeutic food (RUTF) to UNICEF on...

Lakes condemns killing of aid workers

The government of Lakes State has condemned the killing of two health workers in Yirol West County. (more…)

Violence on aid workers is a ‘damaging development’

The head of UN Mission in South Sudan has described as “damaging development” the growing violence against aid agencies in the country....

EES suspends aid activities in Torit over ‘monyomiji’ threats

The government of Eastern Equatoria has suspended operations of UN agencies and humanitarian groups within Torit town for a period of 7...

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