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Soldier from UNMISS Rwandan Battalion, which is working with local community to construct new primary school at Kampuri, Juba. Photo: UNMISS/JC Mcilwaine
Soldier from UNMISS Rwandan Battalion, which is working with local community to construct new primary school at Kampuri, Juba. Photo: UNMISS/JC Mcilwaine

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Aweil Secondary School wins UNMISS volleyball match

18 September 2014 - As part of efforts to prevent conflicts in communities, UNMISS in collaboration with the State Ministry of Education, Science and Technology  organized a volleyball competition between Aweil National and Salva Kiir Girls Secondary schools in Northern Bahr El-Ghazal State.

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Ban urges world leaders to act against security threats
16 September 2014 - Just days ahead of the opening of this year’s General Assembly session, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today called on world leaders to act against serious threats to global and regional peace in several nations, including South Sudan.
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Malakal women learn effects of domestic violence and abortion

12 September 2014 - In an effort to curb increasing instances of domestic violence and abortion in the Protection of Civilian (PoC) site in Malakal, UNMISS conducted a one-day forum there for women.

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Tightening security, Nepalese fence Rumbek Secondary School

11 September 2014 - To boost security and thwart interruptions to classes, the UNMISS Nepalese Battalion began today to erect a fence around Rumbek Secondary School.

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Taskforce formed to prevent rape and abuse in Western Equatoria

10 September 2014 - With high incidences of rape and sexual abuse in Western Equatoria, the state government and partners formed a taskforce today in the capital Yambio to launch a campaign on preventing such practices.

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Happy to be alive

 
Life as an internally displaced person (IDP) can be tough. But Marina Nyan, who is seeking shelter at an UNMISS base in Juba, is happy simply to be alive. For that she thanks UNMISS.

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 Headlines - 18 September

Fresh attacks reported in Renk County, Upper Nile State

Four arrested in connection with tribal clashes in Tonj North County, Warrap State

Women march for peace in Juba

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