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Farming on the outskirts of Juba. Photo: UNMISS / JC Mcilwaine
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Delegation of donors from USAID and DFID visit Bentiu
05 February 2016 - A delegation from the United Stated Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Department for International Development (DFID) visited Bentiu, to better understand situations for humanitarian funding and support.
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Strengthening the capacity of traditional leaders is necessary to promote social cohesion
04 February 2016 - Strengthening the capacity of traditional leaders in conflict management is necessary to promote social cohesion and create an environment conducive for peaceful co-existence, an UNMISS Civil Affairs official said.
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Training on good governance and conflict resolution to youth kicks off in Yambio
04 February 2016 - Youth groups from the five payams of Yambio attended a three day training on good governance and conflict resolution designed to equip them with the skills to manage conflict in the community.
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Closing ceremony of 4 day training programme for members of community watch group
02 February 2016 - To enhance safety mechanisms for internally displaced persons (IDPs) in UNMISS protection sites, UN Police (UNPOL) Community Policing officers on Friday January 29, 2016 completed a training programme for 49 members of the Community Watch Group  in Juba.
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UNESCO Undertakes Literacy Training for the South Sudan National Police Service
02 February 2016 - UNESCO, as a lead agency for education of the United Nations, supports South Sudan in all areas of education. One important intervention is the work the organization is doing to lower the Illiteracy rate in the country. In this regard, a training of literacy facilitators was organized by UNESCO in cooperation with the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MoEST) and the Training Department of the South Sudan National Police Service (SSNPS). The training, held in Juba Regency Hotel on 25-29 January, was given to 15 police officers, and 15 participants recruited by the Alternative Education System (AES), who will conduct literacy classes for the police. Six of the 30 participants are women. From among the 15 police officers, one is a colonel, two with a rank of majors, eight officers, and the rest of non-commissioned officers.
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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...

 Comments from government on human rights report
 UNMISS 2015 IN PHOTOS

 

UNMISS Highlights for the year 2015 in Pictures
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Headlines - 05 February

Cross border trade resumes in Northern Barh el Ghazal

UNMISS provides protection as humanitarians work to deliver assistance to  IDPs in Mundri

Doctor advises public caution as world battles Zika Virus




 
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