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Woman and child at UNMISS protection site in Juba. Photo: UNMISS/Ilya Medvedev
26 February 2015 - In an effort to reduce criminal activities among youth, UN Police (UNPOL) and partners today held a crime prevention awareness session at a secondary school in the Eastern Equatoria capital Torit.
UNMISS SRSG Ellen Margrethe Loej visits Bor
17 February 2015
Near-verbatim transcript of Ivan Simonovic press stakeout
5 February 2015
Human Rights Special Reports
Attacks on Civilians in Bentiu & Bor, April 2014
Released 9 January 2015
Attack on Bentiu, Unity State, 29 October 2014
Released 19 December 2014
Dreams of a safer home
Women and girls trudging under the hot sun with firewood on their heads are common sights along the road running between Bentiu and Rubkona, Unity State.Read story >>
Headlines - 27 February
Proposed constitutional amendments meet harsh criticism in parliament
High speed internet project to connect South Sudan
Committee formed to review teachers’ salaries
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UN Peacekeeping Chief Hervé Ladsous told UN Security Council members on 24 February that amid a worsening humanitarian situation and a fragile security environment, continuing tensions between South Sudan's rival factions risk plunging the country into further violence.
On 19 February, President Salva Kiir launched the “Back to Learning Campaign” which is targeting 400,000 out-of-school children in all 10 states, including areas currently engulfed in conflict.
Ebola Fact Sheet
Clinical Management of Patients with Viral Haemorrhagic Fever:
A pocket guide for the front-line health worker