This November, South Sudan is expected to begin a new chapter in its history as opposition parties come together to establish a unified transitional government, as stipulated in the revitalized peace agreement.
Sudan People’s Liberation Movement Army in Opposition (SPLMA-iO) soldiers stationed in Mogok Phow in Ayod County have committed to collaborating with the United Nations Mission in South Sudan and humanitarian agencies to release any children found in their ranks.
South Sudan’s former vice president and opposition leader Riek Machar arrived in the country’s capital, Juba, on Monday to begin a series of face-to-face meetings with President Salva Kiir as they look to give much-needed impetus to the implementation of the revitalized peace agreement, signed in
Over the course of three days, persons from different communities staying at the UN protection of civilians’ site in Bentiu and elsewhere have discussed how best to contribute to the peace process and political effectiveness.
Community members and government officials gathered by the hundreds under the shade of an ancient tree in Lui Payam, Western Equatoria to discuss peace-building measures and air grievances during a day-long dialogue.
The Relief Reintegration and Protection Unit of the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) has recently held a series of meetings with youths, local chiefs, civil society, and authorities in Opari and Nimule, Eastern Equatoria to identify the most needed and wanted quick impact projects t
“This is a chance to study at a high-quality vocational training centre in a newly-independent nation and to gain new skills that will allow us to bring change to the country,” said Jacob Mayon as he described what it meant to him to be admitted to the Hanbit Vocational Training Centre in Bor.