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Women holding hands during launch of 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-based Violence  at UNMISS protection of civilians site in Juba. Photo: UNMISS/JC McIlwaine
Women holding hands during launch of 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-based Violence  at UNMISS protection site in Juba. Photo: UNMISS/JC McIlwaine

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South Sudan observes day for elimination of violence against women
25 November 2015- Sexual violence against women in South Sudan had tripled since the conflict broke out in 2013, the head of the UN Population Fund (UNFPA) in the country said in Juba today.
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Women discuss their role in South Sudan peace process
24 November 2015 - It was vital for women in South Sudan not to be satisfied only with having their rights enshrined in the country’s peace agreement, but rather to work towards its  implementation, the top UNMISS official said in Juba today.
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FAO trains new Market Information Specialists in South Sudan
24 November 2015 - Aiming to strengthen the current Market Information System (MIS) in South Sudan, the Food and Agriculture Organization recently completed training for 120 new specialists in the country.
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Ghanaian ambassador visits Unity State
24 November 2015 - Resolving the conflict in South Sudan would not only be good for the country, but also for Africa and the rest of the global community, a visiting diplomat said in the Unity State capital Bentiu today.
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UNMISS holds open peace forum for women in Malakal
24 November 2015 - Women from various internally displaced communities living at the UNMISS protection of civilians (PoC) site in Malakal, Upper Nile State, attended an open peace forum today.
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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 - 26 November


Head of IGAD monitoring commission in Juba ahead of inaugural JMEC meeting

Interior ministry urged to address cases of gender-based violence

South Sudan-Sudan CECAFA game ends in a goalless draw

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