“I have learned a lot about issues related to the welfare of children and also the six grave violations of child rights,” said Major Kot Malong.
25 officers from the South Sudan National Police Service (SSNPS) in Bar Mayen, Northern Bahr-el-Ghazal, were recently trained on securing crime scenes, writing accurate reports, and investigative skills such as maintaining the chain of evidence.
“Youth from my village followed the trail of footprints left by criminals to Odiradira and managed to retrieve t-shirts, caps and documents which were stolen from humanitarian representatives.
“They cut my ear off and killed my relatives,” says a 27-year-old community member from the greater Tambura area who prefers to remain unnamed as he recounts the chilling tale of his abduction last month, where he lost his left ear and three of his br
“Since the Signing of the Revitalized Peace Agreement, our area has been calm and we were able to return to our homes after some years of living away as displaced people,” said Florence Peter, a resident of Rimenze village, to visiting peacekeepers from the United Nations Missio
A large and joyful crowd gathered to enjoy music and traditional dances at the handover of a primary healthcare centre in Mboro located within Besselia payam (administrative division) in Western Bahr el Ghazal, South