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Some 50 young people in Yei commemorated last week's International Youth Day by volunteering to plant trees and clean up hospital premises. Photo by Surur Ali Aliye/UNMISS.

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Community members in Lafon county, Eastern Equatoria, want to break free from endless cycles of cattle raids, land disputes and revenge attacks. They have requested UNMISS to help promote reconciliation among feuding residents. Photo by Moses Yakudu/UNMISS.

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UNMISS peacekeepers with residents of Lafon County, who managed to recover goods stolen from a humanitarian partners as one of its convoys was recently ambushed. Photos: Moses Yakudu/UNMISS

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Peacekeepers from UNMISS are continuing to patrol across Western Equatoria to ensure that tensions remain low and the recent upsurge of armed attacks in the greater Tambura region does not spread to other areas. Photo by Denis Louro/UNMISS.

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Some 200 patients in Wau benefited from a free eye treatment clinic run by UNMISS peacekeepers from Bangladesh. Photo by Jimmy Ludanga/UNMISS.

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UNPOL officers in Aweil recently facilitated a road safety training for some 25 motorcycle taxi or boda boda drivers. Photo by Emmanuel Kele/UNMISS.

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UNMISS recently handed over a primary healthcare centre in Mboro, Western Bahr El Ghazal, thereby ensuring that residents of this remote area finally have access to basic health facilities. Photo by Dawit K. Tedla/UNMISS.

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