The United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) has released the human rights Annual Brief on Violence Affecting Civilians that shows a two percent increase in the number of civilians harmed across South Sudan in 2022, despite a 27 percent decrease
CENTRAL EQUATORIA – It was an event in Juba that had it all: Participants jumping, singing, dancing, ululating and generally relishing the tunes of the peacekeeping mission’s in-house band, the near-legendary Flamingos, while
RUWENG – “We suffer from a dearth of health facilities, especially for women,” said Adut Dhieu Monyjok, the Health and Environment Administrator for Ruweng Administrative Area in the world's newest nation, South Sudan.
NORTHERN BAHR EL GHAZAL – As South Sudan gears up for its first peaceful, credible, and inclusive elections, traditional leaders have a crucial role in encouraging people to exercise their right to vote.
JUBA, 12 March 2023: The African Union Mission in South Sudan (AUMISS), the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) and the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) welcome the meeting between H.E.
WARRAP – “What we hope for is guidance from our political leaders when citizens engage in unconstitutional conduct and more awareness that we should always be law abiding,” stated Malou Yel, President of Warrap state’s High Court.