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21-year old tea seller needs help to become a doctor

Author: Daniel Danis | Published: Monday, November 23, 2020

Meet Joy Malish Milla, a 21-year-old orphan who is working as a tea seller after failing to get enough money to go to college....

Author: Daniel Danis | Published: Friday, November 20, 2020

Child ‘hustlers’ feed families from sale of empty bottles

Author: Koang Pal | Published: Wednesday, November 18, 2020

UN hands over PoCs in Juba to the government

Published: Wednesday, November 18, 2020

UN hands over PoCs in Juba to the government

Published: Wednesday, November 11, 2020

Diplomatic missions condemn violence against aid workers

Published: Saturday, November 7, 2020

UN warns of famine in S.Sudan, others

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21-year old tea seller needs help to become a doctor

Meet Joy Malish Milla, a 21-year-old orphan who is working as a tea seller after failing to get enough money to go to college....

Child ‘hustlers’ feed families from sale of empty bottles

As South Sudan joins the world in celebrating World Children's Day today, underage who described themselves as "hustlers" have resorted to...

UN hands over PoCs in Juba to the government

The United Nations Mission in South Sudan has handed to the government the responsibility of the Protection of Civilians Site in Juba, the...

Support needed for Pibor, Nzara flood victims returning “home” -Officials

Local officials in Pibor Administrative Area and Western Equatoria state are appealing to aid agencies to help flood victims who are...

Diplomatic missions condemn violence against aid workers

More than 10 heads of mission of international countries have condemned the killing of the aid workers. (more…)

UN warns of famine in S.Sudan, others

Two United Nations agencies are warning that South Sudan and three other countries could experience famine in the next three months if no...

Single mother of six with ‘swollen head’ son pleads for help

A young mother whose child has been struck with a rare disease -commonly described as “water in the brain” -is appealing for help from...

Kiir challenged to visit flood IDPs

A civil society activist has challenged the president to pay a visit to the state he recently placed under state of emergency in order to...

US embassy denounces killing of aid workers

The U.S. Embassy has joined the UN and diplomatic community in condemning the killings of aid workers in South Sudan. (more…)

Church asks for $500,000 to support the flood-affected

The South Sudan Council of Churches has appealed for about $500,000 to support people affected by floods in the country. (more…)

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