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Sports together for a united country
On 17 April - UNESCO and UNMISS marked the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace by organizing a colorful and vibrant afternoon of sports at the Juba Basketball Stadium. An estimated 2,000 people thoroughly enjoyed the commemorations.
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CPI Section conducts a workshop for Wau Legislative Assembly members
20 April 2016 - Governor of Wau State urges the South Sudanese to develop a culture of dialogue and peaceful discussion by avoiding violent actions.
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IDPs skilled on human rights and access to justice matters in Malakal
18 April 2016 – The protection of civilian’s is paramount in the UNMISS mandate. The Mission’s RRP section in Malakal held a three day workshop funded by the UNMISS in collaboration with the Humanitarian Development Consortium (HDC) in the UNHCR conference hall in Malakal Log base.
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Football for peace organized in Yambio county
18 April 2016 – Thousands of citizens in Yambio county converged to Yambio Freedom Square over the weekend to witness a football match between girls and government officials which was organized by the county authority with the aim to promote peace in the county.
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Head of field office in Malakal visits various religious premises within the PoC site
18 April 2016 - In order to understand the dynamics of the Upper Nile social fabric, Malakal Hazel Dewet, Head of Field Office in Malakal, made her first outreach visit to different faith and religious groups within the PoC site.
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New primary health care unit for the Moroyok community in Juba
The UNMISS facilitated and funded the building of a primary health care unit, in line with its mandate to reach out to communities through quick impact projects and pave the way to development, peace and stability. The unit will have a major impact on the health of the local people of Moroyok, Rejaf and Jonduru. The Moroyok community in Juba had prioritized health as one of the most important areas of development. No public health care unit existed in Moroyok area and its people needed an adequate support facility to provide health services.
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