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With the security situation in Tambura, Western Equatoria, slowly improving after months of violence, UNMISS together with local implementing partner Anika Women's Organization, held a three-month skills training for 60 displaced persons. Photo by Denis Louro/UNMISS

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With competing crises across the world, reduced donor funding in South Sudan has left displaced communities in Bor worried about hunger. UNMISS Deputy Special Representative and Resident & Humanitarian Coordinator Sara Beysolow Nyanti visited them to assess their needs and reassure them of the UN's continued support. Photo by Mach Samuel/UNMISS

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On a day-long visit to Canal in Pigi county, UNMISS Deputy Special Representative for South Sudan and Resident & Humanitarian Coordinator Sara Beysolow Nyanti met with community members, listened to their concerns, and most importantly received their heartfelt appreciation for recent demining efforts by UNMAS here. UNMAS cleared 25 anti-personnel mines from this remote area, making the ground safe for displaced as well as host populations. Photo by Ines Surwumwe/UNMISS