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The mood was jubilant when Masia on the outskirts of Yambio inaugurated a new police station funded by UNMISS. Photos: Denis Louro/UNMISS

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The President of the United Nations General Assembly, Dennis Francis, meets the South Sudan’s President, Salva Kiir Mayardit and other senior ministers on the second day of his visit to the country’s capital Juba. Photos by Nektarios Markogiannis/UNMISS.

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The President of the United Nations General Assembly, Dennis Francis, arrived in Juba for a four-day visit to support the implementation of the peace deal & learn firsthand about the challenges faced by the people of South Sudan. Photo by Photos by Nektarios Markogiannis/UNMISS.

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Women in Eastern Equatoria's Kidepo Valley are tired of the fighting between different communities in the area. Photos: Moses Yakudu/UNMISS

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Journalists, government officials and representatives of civil society organizations in Warrap all participated in a workshop to learn more about electoral processes. Photo: Zejin Yin/UNMISS

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Women and children were among the many Mayom residents who participated in a peace event recently organised by UNMISS. Photos: Luk Riek Nyak Bol/UNMISS

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Recently, in Bor, South Sudan, the United Nations built capacities on inclusive and credible electoral processes among 27 participants drawn from civil society, the media, and persons with disabilities. Photo by Achol Kur Marial Kur/UNMISS

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Since 2021, Bentiu, South Sudan, has been in the grip of unrelenting floods. UNMISS peacekeepers from Pakistan have, therefore, actioned a new initiative that aims to restore the damage to the regions flora by planting 500 native trees. This project is spreading its roots, from humble beginnings inside a Pakistani engineering compound within the UN Peacekeeping mission's Field Office to greater Unity state and Ruweng Administrative Area. Photo by Peter Bateman/UNMISS