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A family is reunited in Protection of Civilians site 1 in Juba. The children, ages 17 and 6,
were separated from their parents at the time conflict broke out in Bentiu, lived for two and a half
years with relatives in the Protection of Civilians site there. Through registration and verification, Nonviolent Peaceforce was able to bring the children to Juba and to reunite a family.

Read Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s message
on The International Day of Families
and see more photos here.
Photo: UNMISS/JC Mcilwaine

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UNMISS Civil Affairs and Western Equatorian Authority discuss way forward with SSNLM
May 2016 - The head of the UNMISS Civil Affairs Division (CAD) in Western Equatoria met with the top authority of the Government in Yambio to discuss the way forward and how they can support the implementation of the signed peace deal between the Government and South Sudan National Liberation Movement-IO.
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Workshop for IDP community leaders kicks off in Malakal
May 2016 - The UNMISS Relief, Reintegration and Protection (RRP) organized a workshop for IDP Community leaders in the PoC site in Malakal.
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National Women’s Peace Forum
April 2016 - Twenty women who represent civil society across South Sudan gathered for the National Women Peace Forum to review the status of implementation of recommendations from the last year and to discuss and agree on their common concerns for peace and security in South Sudan in the context of implementation of recommendations made in 2014 on UNSCR 1325 Women Peace and Security.
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1st VP Machar pledges government commitment to combat sexual violence
May 2016 - First Vice President Riek Machar on Sunday pledged a commitment by the new government to combat sexual violence and other forms of abuses committed by organs belonging to the security sector. His promise was delivered as he met Zainab Bangura, the UN Special Envoy on sexual violence in conflict.
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Community of Bangasu Payam learn new skills on conflict management
April 2016 – Over fifty community members of Bangasu Payam in Yambio county learn new skills on conflict management and resolution, the UNMISS mandate and other issues during a two day workshop organized by the UN Mission’s Civil Affairs Division (CAD), supported by the Human Rights Division and the Communication and Public Information Section.
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SGBV Training in Protection of Civilians Site 

Training on Sexual and Gender-Based Violence in Protection of Civilians Site 3 in Juba, conducted by UNPOL GCVPP [Gender, Child and Vulnerable Persons Protection] team in coordination with the UNMISS Human Rights Division and Child Protection Unit.
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 Photo: UNMISS / JC McIlwaine

IDPs celebrate Christmas in Juba PoC in hope of peace

The recent arrival of the advance team of the SPLM/A-IO has given hope to the Internally Displaced People (IDPs) in the Protection of Civilians (PoC) site in Juba. They hope to celebrate next Christmas in their own homes. Read more...

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