WESTERN EQUATORIA – As South Sudan begins gearing up for its first-ever elections and drafting its permanent constitution, the UN Peacekeeping mission, UNMISS, in its role as this young country’s partner for durable peace, is focused on en
WARRAP – “We realize that empowering women and young girls is critical if our country is to leave endless cycles of violence in the past and look towards development,” said Garang Aguek, a paramount chief from Tonj East.
WESTERN EQUATORIA- Picture the scene: School children, traders, youth, men, women, elderly people, the local chief’s wife; some carrying someone, others being carried by someone else, across the river separating Sakure with Yambio town.
CENTRAL EQUATORIA - More than 10,000 kilometres separate Juba from New York, but such is the power of art that the visions of peace emanating from paintings displayed at the Peace Begins with Me exhibition in the former city travelled, with eas
WESTERN BAHR EL GHAZAL – When South Sudan won its hard-fought independence from its northern neighbour, Sudan, in 2011, the country’s infrastructure, especially road networks and bridges, were in extremely poor condition.
CENTRAL EQUATORIA - The United Nations Mission in South Sudan, UNMISS, together with the national Ministry of Peacebuilding, Terekeka youth leaders and other stakeholders, has launched a “Peace Begins with Me” campaign in fix
UPPER NILE – Hope for lasting peace is slowly blossoming in conflict-ridden Upper Nile state in South Sudan, thanks to joint efforts by local communities, state authorities and the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS).