UNMISS Protection of Civilians (PoC) Sites Update 30 April 2020
Seeing Malis* at work in his workshop in Yambio, one would think life has treated this young, 26-year-old man well—he appears to be an adept carpenter with a thriving business. His eyes, though, tell a different story.
The year is 2014. A younger, somewhat naiver David Ndungu has just landed in Monrovia, Liberia. The boisterous, larger-than-life, enthusiastic nurse had heeded a call for medics to join the fight against Ebola in West Africa.
An international travel freeze, drastically reduced domestic flight schedules, self-isolating staff members, personnel telecommuting from within or outside the country, only essential travel outside of UN bases, enforced physical distancing, psychosocial support available
While nationwide efforts are ongoing to prevent the spread of COVID-19 across South Sudan, displaced people living in UNMISS Protection of Civilians (PoC) sites continue to face other challenges as they go about their da
Awareness-raising regarding preventative measures such as frequent handwashing, enforcing physical distancing and restricting movements has been the focus of South Sudanese authorities as they work with the United Nation