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Women seeking protection at UN base in Juba in December last year. 25 November is International Day for Elimination of Violence against Women. Humanitarians note that gender-based violence is often most brutal in crisis-affected countries. Photo: UNMISS / Rolla Hinedi
Women seeking protection at UN base in Juba in December last year. As International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women is marked on 25 November, humanitarians note that gender-based violence is often most brutal in crisis-affected countries. Photo: UNMISS/Rolla Hinedi

 News Stories
Thousands of students learn UNMISS mandate
26 November 2014 - Just weeks into a public education campaign on the role of UNMISS, the mission has reached some 2,500 secondary school students with its message.
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South Sudan launches 16-day campaign against gender-based violence
25 November 2014 - At least 70 per cent of women in South Sudan had experienced some form of domestic violence, a senior official in the Ministry of Gender, Child and Social Welfare said today.
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UNMISS hands over police post in Juba
25 November 2014 - As part of efforts to build trust in South Sudanese police and encourage displaced people to return to their homes in Juba, UNMISS today handed over a police post to Central Equatoria State.
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Women in Yambio learn agriculture technology
24 November 2014 - Hundreds of women from three counties in Western Equatoria state recently received training in agriculture technology to help them to produce more food for sale and consumption.
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Greater Tonj peace conference ends in Warrap State
24 November 2014 - A week-long peace conference in the Greater Tonj region, Warrap State, ended recently with participants calling for greater protection of women.
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 OP-EDS

The highs and lows of peacekeeping in South Sudan
 
Maya Mailer 
Oxfam head of humanitarian policy and campaigns
7 October 2014

 Feature Stories

 

Scholarships from haircuts

 

Six school boys in the Jonglei State capital Bor recently benefited from a scholarship scheme which one UNMISS South Korean peacekeeper set up using money collected from haircuts he gave his colleagues.

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 Radio Miraya News

 
Headlines - 26 November

 

Speaker of the National Assembly denies misappropriating three million pounds

UN Security Council extends UNMISS mandate

Rival clans from Lakes State meet to talk peace 

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