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08:21:36, Wednesday, 29 Jun 2016
 
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UNMISS  is  continuing  to  provide  protection  to  approximately  10,000  civilians  in  Wau,  following  the
outbreak of violence. At this  time, the UNMISS  military forces have  created  a  security cordon around an area adjacent  to  the  UN  base  and  peacekeepers  are  conducting  active  patrolling  to  ensure  the  safety of  the displaced  civilians  within  this  area.

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 News Stories
IDP's in Malakal get back to farming
24 June 2016 – With support from the Rural Community Action for Peace and Development (RUCAPD) Organization IDP’s in Malakal have started small scale farming for domestic consumption in safe buffer zones.
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UNMISS educates community leaders on mine risks
23 June 2016 – The UNMISS RRP Section, in collaboration with the United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS), organized a mine risk education seminar for community leaders, community watch groups, and inhabitants of the Malakal PoC site.
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UNMISS DSRSG underlines the importance of comprehensive approach to recovery and stabilization
22 June 2016 - The UNMISS Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General, Mr. Eugene Owusu, and the OIC UNDP Country Director, concluded a one day visit to Bentiu to assess the prevailing humanitarian situation and to chart the way forward for the remaining challenges for the sustainable and dignified return home for the IDP’s in the area.
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UNMISS and partners call for the elimination of sexual violence in conflict
21 June 2016 – The United Nations Mission in South Sudan and its partners today celebrated the first ‘International Day on the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict’, in Juba.
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Three day workshop on transitional justice and peace and reconciliation in the Bentiu PoC
June 2016 – Approximately 40 participants attended 3 days of training on transitional justice and peace and reconciliation in the Bentiu PoC site. The participants were traditional leaders, representatives of women’s and youth groups and civil society organizations.
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 UNMISS IN ACTION - PHOTOS

‘Is Peace Everyone’s Responsibility’ inter-university debate
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A rapid repartee and succession of words flowed through a packed auditorium to highlight whose responsibility it is to bring peace to South Sudan as ten undergraduate students in Juba were stepping into an intellectually charged debate over whether or not peace is everyone’s responsibility.

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 Features
UNMISS celebrates International Day of UN Peacekeepers

Under a bright sun, a fitting for the occasion UN blue sky and the theme “Honouring our Heroes”, UNMISS today celebrated the International Day of United Nations Peacekeepers at UN House in Juba.

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 Comments from government on human rights report
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