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Thanks to Bangladeshi peacekeepers serving with UNMISS, livestock owners in and around Wau have received not only veterinary assistance but also education on breeding healthy animals. Photo by Dawit K. Tedla/UNMISS.

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Partnerships for durable peace was the overarching message reinforced at an awareness-raising session for state government officials conducted by UNMISS in Eastern Equatoria. Photo by Samira Y. Salifu/UNMISS.

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20 representatives from faith-based organisations in Yambio, Western Equatoria, now have a thorough understanding of protecting and promoting human rights, thanks to an UNMISS-facilitated workshop. Photo by Martin Siba/UNMISS.

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Detainees in three police stations in Northern Bahr el Ghazal will now have clean surroundings to live in thanks to a two-week clean-up campaign run by 25 South Sudanese police officers in the state with support from UNPOL. Photo by Emmanuel Kele/UNMISS.

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Inmates serving their sentences in Wanyijok Prison in Aweil East county, Northern Bahr el Ghazal, can finally look forward to more humane treatment due to an UNMISS-facilitated construction of a brand-new prison facility. Photo by Emmanuel Kele/UNMISS.

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Living on the streets is difficult and dangerous, especially for children. Politicians in the Greater Bahr-el-Ghazal region have gathered to discuss their situation. Photos: Dawit Kahsay Tedla/UNMISS