A recent shootout in Nabiapai, a border town between South Sudan’s Western Equatoria state and the Democratic Republic of Congo, which resulted in the death of three people and injuries to others, has increased tensions among citizens here.
Juba, 10 November 2021: A press statement claiming that the United Nations Mission in South Sudan is “withdrawing” its security presence from the Protection of Civilians site in Malakal is incorrect and risks causing u
A two-day refresher course for child protection officers in Torit, Eastern Equatoria, organized by the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS), reviewed the gaps in implementing the action plan to end grave violations against children dur
“Education is not only about going to the lecture halls, the library or reading your textbooks but also about learning the value of team spirit,’’ stated Father Santino Marino, General Administrator of the Catholic University of South Sudan in W
As South Sudan starts recovering from civil wars and COVID-19, this young nation stands on the cusp of establishing itself as a true democracy by beginning to draft its permanent constitution and looking forward to eventual elections
“It is always good to learn about a new approach to advocacy, because you cannot isolate yourself thinking you know enough,” said Davidica Ikai Grasiano, Chair of the Itwak Women's Association in Torit, Eastern Equatoria.
Advocating for peace and social cohesion among the Obira, Burung, and Loyoro communities in Ikotos county, Eastern Equatoria, was inevitable, considering the escalating tensions within them.