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UNMISS Chief Ellen Loej and mission’s HIV/ AIDS Policy Advisor Michael Munywoki lighting candle at event to commemorate World AIDS Day. Photo: UNMISS/Isaac Billy
UNMISS Chief Ellen Loej and mission’s HIV / AIDS Policy Advisor Michael Munywoki lighting candle at event to commemorate World AIDS Day. Photo: UNMISS/Isaac Billy

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Japanese Ambassador visits UNMAS demining site in Nesitu
30 November 2015 - To see mine action work funded by a donation from Japan, the country’s Ambassador to South Sudan today visited a demining site in Nesitu, Central Equatoria State.
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AU welcomes inauguration of the Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission
28 November 2015 - The Chairperson of the Commission of the African Union (AU), Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, today called upon all partners in South Sudan's peace process to remain supportive of the Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission (JMEC), as the implementation of the Peace Agreement enters a critical stage.
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Situation for children in South Sudan deteriorating – UNICEF
27 November 2015 - The situation of children in war-torn South Sudan has worsened since the beginning of the year, the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) warned today.
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JMEC commissions offices in Juba
26 November 2015- Taking a step forward in implementing South Sudan’s peace agreement, the Joint Monitoring Evaluation Commission commissioned its offices in Juba today.
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Workshop on traditional conflict transformation mechanisms held in Rumbek
26 November 2015 - To enhance conflict mitigation through traditional conflict transformation mechanisms, UNMISS today organized a workshop in the Lakes State capital Rumbek.
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WFP building roads to feed South Sudan
WFP Building Roads to Feed South Sudan
When most people think of the World Food Programme (WFP) in South Sudan, the first image that comes to mind is an aircraft delivering food to people in need in a remote village. And that happens. But there also is another side of WFP’s work in South Sudan that is little known, but is making an indelible impact on people’s lives. It is the image of bulldozers, diggers and compactors constructing roads. Read more...
 UN 70 in Pictures


The United Nations system in South Sudan celebrates its 70th anniversary with 70 achievements. See more..

 Radio Miraya News


Headlines - 01 December


WFP procures 2,000 thousand metric tons of food for conflict affected communities

Calls for youth awareness as South Sudan commemorates World AIDS Day 

UN Mine Action Service clears Nesitu area of Juba from land mines

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