Tens of thousands of people fled to the United Nations base in Juba when conflict erupted in South Sudan in 2013. The peacekeeping mission opened its gates and gave them sanctuary in what are known as Protection of Civilians sites. Many lives were saved as a result.
Road repairs, an increased presence of UN police, the establishment of trade-boosting crossing points along the border with Sudan, and plans for a mobile court during the upcoming, conflict-inducing cattle migration – these were key issues discuss
Nineteen South Sudanese police officers, including four women, in Northern Bahr-el-Ghazal State have attended a three-day training on ethics and responsibilities in crime prevention and investigation provided by police officers serving with the United
Citizens in Alur County in Western Bahr el Ghazal are positively jubilant: funds from the United Nations Mission in South Sudan have been used to renovate their Erenayo Primary School, saving many a pupil a difficult commute to s
Traditional leaders in Yambio have been taken through every chapter of South Sudan’s Revitalized Peace Agreement, not least to fully understand the obligation of the state government and community leaders to in