Roman Mungu looks disappointed. Deep in thought. Always sad. Even when his fellow soldiers are laughing.
“We have lost too many women and children in this new bout of violence. Enough is enough,” says Magdalena, the agonized chief of the village of Lokosowan in Kapoeta North County, Eastern Equatoria State.
31 March 2021: Community-based militias were responsible for 78 percent of killings and injuries caused to civilians as well as abductions and conflict-related sexual violence during attacks in pockets of South Sudan,
Newly appointed state government officials in Western Bahr-el-Ghazal State recently spent three days at a trust and confidence building retreat in Wau, learning how to work together across political divides in the best socioeconomic interest of
Peacekeepers from Thailand engineering contingent serving with the United Nations Mission in South Sudan have recently handed over educational materials, clothes, fans, chairs and sports equipment to Samson Nursery and Primary School in Lainya County.
More than 20 traditional leaders in and around Yambio in Western Equatoria State, acquired new skills on adhering to internationally accepted human rights standards while handing out verdicts on cases that fall within their jurisdict