“I used to sell veggies in the market, but it did not pay well,” says Lucia Richard Ujang, a 35-year-old widow and a mother of three children. “Today I have been awarded a sewing machine for best performance during the training”.
Since intercommunal relations in and around Loguruny village in Eastern Equatoria State appear to be deteriorating, the United Nations Mission in South Sudan will call on local partners to jointly organize a dialogue between the parties involved in re
When new health threats, like the Covid-19 pandemic, appear on the scene and steal the limelight, old foes do not necessarily go away. Instead, they go about their usual business quietly, much to the dismay of those affected.
“People here are happy now and life is good. We can again walk to our farms and harvest our sorghum, without fear. We are having peace and will live and eat together,” says Regina Dudu Iwari, a women’s leader in Chahari Payam.
A special committee involving representatives from nomadic groups and host communities has been set up to monitor the implementation of local agreements and help draft new laws governing resource management in an effort to reduce conflict in Northern
Juba, 21 December 2021: From July to September 2021, overall violence against civilians decreased by 37 percent with 801 civilians killed, injured, abducted or subjected to conflict-related sexual violence comp