Cultural norms and repeated cycles of conflict have impacted children negatively across South Sudan. Tens of thousands of young girls and boys were displaced or recruited into armed groups during the civil war and have had almost no education to speak of.
Residents of Malek and Panpandiar areas within Bor county in Jonglei will now feel safer and more secure, thanks to the formation of two new Police Community Relations Committees (PCRCs) over the weekend.
A two-day, dialogue-based forum facilitated by the UNMISS Civil Affairs Division in partnership with the Office of the State Advisor for Security, Peace and Reconciliation in Malakal, Upper Nile state, had one main aim: To improve relation
Juba, 19 September 2021: A joint delegation of international partners to the peace process in South Sudan visited Tambura, Western Equatoria State on 16 September 2021, to encourage peaceful solutions to t
Twelve police officers in Tonj South county, Warrap state, recently improved upon their investigative skills, thanks to a two-day refresher course facilitated by United Nations Police officers deployed here.
Masonry, carpentry, welding, electrical issues: whatever you need a hand with, at least one of the forty Malakal youth trained for ten days by Indian peacekeepers serving with the United Nations Mission in South Sudan is likely to be able to assist yo
United Nations Police (UNPOL) officers based in Torit, Eastern Equatoria, have embarked on sensitizing members of the Police Community Relations Committees in residential areas on protecting children from being abducted.
United Nations Police (UNPOL) officers based in Kuajok, Warrap state, recently held a day-long community policing workshop in Tonj south county for 33 participants drawn from local policing counterparts as well as community members.