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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

 News Stories
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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Children still gravely threatened by conflict, Security Council told
8 September 2014 - Instability and rising tensions in various countries, including South Sudan, continued to pose a grave threat to children, a senior UN official told the Security Council in New York today.
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UNMISS hands over market stalls in Mapel

5 September 2014 - Assisting former soldiers to re-enter civilian life, UNMISS today handed over 18 market stalls to the payam (district) administrator in Mapel, Western Bahr El-Ghazal State.

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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 - 16 September 

Number of South Sudanese fleeing tensions in Moyo district jumps to 2,000

Workers Union welcomes an order stopping the employment of foreign nationals in key positions

Unity State Governor announces major changes to his government

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