WESTERN EQUATORIA - “By gathering here today, we have addressed many trivial misunderstandings and hate speech.
WARRAP - “When we see a helicopter with the United Nations logo, we feel happy that they are checking in on us,” said Ting Nyin Kuc, a resident of Marial Lou in Warrap state, South Sudan.
EASTERN EQUATORIA – “As soldiers we need to understand that children are particularly vulnerable when armed conflict breaks out,” revealed Leila Khamis, an officer from the Sudan People’s Liberation Army – in Opposition (SPLA-iO) based in Kapoet
WESTERN BAHR EL GHAZAL - With a peace deal signed in 2018 and a transitional government of national unity in place, communities across South Sudan who had abandoned their homes and villages to save their lives during past civil wars are sl
UPPER NILE – Children, not soldiers—that was the leitmotif of a training organized by the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) for some 30 senior officials from the South Sudan People’s Defense Force (SSPDF) and members of
WESTERN BAHR EL GHAZAL – Margaret Ceaser, a member of parliament in South Sudan’s Western Bahr El Ghazal state says she believes in the adage that behind every great man, there is a woman.