Dozens of youth representatives from across the Upper Nile region of South Sudan came together for a special workshop to build trust and develop a collaborative approach to promoting unity, peace, and security.
“There are many young people in Malakal but with civil wars and conflict disrupting their education coupled with the current economic situation in South Sudan, they are unemployed and idle,” reveals Lieutenant Colonel Nijil Nair, a peacekeeper from India serving with the U
JUBA - “We have to reframe the narrative prevalent in most societies across the world that pegs female professionals as perennial subordinates within the career-scape,” said Millicent Alambo, a United Nations Police (UNPOL) Gender Adviser serving with the United Nations Mi
WAU – As the world marks 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence, Tafazula Tasmina, a medical doctor from Bangladesh serving with the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) has called for an end to discrimination against people
JONGLEI – As part of its ongoing push for durable peace across the world’s youngest nation, the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) continues building essential capacities among communities and authorities.