EASTERN EQUATORIA- Youth in remote Abara are celebrating, and with good reason: for the first time in many years, they will now be able to attend a public high school close to home, rather than in faraway Nimule or neighbouring Uganda.
NORTHERN BAHR EL GHAZAL- Most of the 1,000 pupils at Lietnhom primary school in Aweil East County where they have had to deal with soggy textbooks, withering leaves suddenly falling down to cover their eyes and pens and notebooks being blown aw
LAKES - Celebrate unity in diversity, they said, and that’s what happened in Rumbek, where the United Nations Mission in South Sudan organized a cultural happening featuring a fashion show, songs and dance performances and an exhibition of hand
“A heavy rain made the River Mori overflow, which flooded the area where I live. I and my children narrowly escaped dead,” recounts Alice Marawa, a resident of Mundri West County and mother of six, tears flowing as she speaks.