A much-improved road from Bor to the capital Juba is great, but to make the most it, feeder roads must also be in decent condition. Engineering peacekeepers from South Korea are working on making that happen.
About 15 directors of the South Sudan National Police Services in Aweil town in Northern Bahr-el-Ghazal State have received training on how to handle children in conflict with the law, human rights, and the role of the police in protecting and promoti
Together with local authorities and the South Sudan People’s Defence Forces, a group of 19 Mongolian peacekeepers based in Mayom recently treated and evacuated 27 persons who were wounded during a cattle raid claiming several lives.
Some 15 police officers in Yambio, Western Equatoria State, have recently acquired new skills on crime investigations and how to create and maintain good relations with the citizens they protect.
A group of corrections officers working for the South Sudan Prisons Service in Western Bahr-el-Ghazal State have significantly increased their knowledge of human rights and skills and gender-based violence.