Seen from the air, the river Nile winding its way across South Sudan resembles a glittering necklace adorning the world’s youngest country.
WESTERN EQUATORIA – While protecting civilians affected by conflict is the United Nations Mission in South Sudan’s top priority, the UN Peacekeeping mission often steps in to address other urgent community needs through its Quick Impact Pr
The journey towards a South Sudan where children’s rights to protection, from armed conflict and other evils, are fully respected has been a long one. In fact, it has far from ended.
CENTRAL EQUATORIA – It was a rainy day in South Sudan, but the weather didn’t prevent the Secretary-General’s Deputy Special Representative for South Sudan, Sara Beysolow Nyanti, who is also the Humanitarian and Resident Coordinator in the world
CENTRAL EQUATORIA – Akiden Moses, a 55-year-old mother of 10, recalls the terror of an upsurge in conflict last year that forced her and hundreds of others to abandon their homes and flee in fear of their lives into the forests of Yei county in
UNITY- People returning home after having been refugees or internally displaced is a sign of trust in the South Sudanese peace process, but it is dividend of stability that comes with challenges: more basic services must be delivered,
WAU – A two-day programme conducted by the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) and the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) had a special goal: To harness partnerships with residents of Wau in Western Bahr El Ghazal Cit