WESTERN BAHR EL GHAZAL - “Rule of law forms the foundation of any democracy,” explains Anees Ahmed, a senior official from the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS).
Conflict-related sexual violence continues to be one of the most traumatic features of the conflict in South Sudan.
CENTRAL EQUATORIA - “We tailor skills training programmes to not just focus on theoretical knowledge but actually help people earn livelihoods,” says Lauro Ohiyo, a Protection, Transition and Reintegration Officer working with the United N
JONGLEI - Some 50 traditional and community leaders drawn from across all nine counties in South Sudan’s Jonglei state came together for a two-day conference jointly facilitated by the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) a
EASTERN EQUATORIA – Given recent disturbances in Lafon, Eastern Equatoria, due to tensions between settled farming communities, nomadic herders, and cattle raiders, an integrated patrol from the United Nations Mission in South Sudan
WARRAP - “When we see a helicopter with the United Nations logo, we feel happy that they are checking in on us,” said Ting Nyin Kuc, a resident of Marial Lou in Warrap state, South Sudan.
EASTERN EQUATORIA – “As soldiers we need to understand that children are particularly vulnerable when armed conflict breaks out,” revealed Leila Khamis, an officer from the Sudan People’s Liberation Army – in Opposition (SPLA-iO) based in Kapoet