Years of civil war has decimated infrastructure and housing across much of South Sudan.
Some 100 women police officers embarked on a walk through the streets of Aweil in Northern Bahr el Ghazal, joined by their counterparts from the United Nations Police (UNPOL) serving with the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS).
Despite the promise of full implementation of all the provisions contained in 2018’s Revitalized Peace Agreement, South Sudan’s ongoing bid to build durable peace across this young nation is flagging.
As part of professionalizing South Sudan’s army, plans for a massive sensitization campaign aimed at uniformed personnel from the government and opposition forces, are underway in Eastern Equatoria.
Sergeant Gabriel Muorten Akeu, a police officer in Eastern Bank payam (administrative division) and community members under his jurisdiction were jubilant when UNMISS officially handed over a newly const
Driving into the deep forests of Western Equatoria some 9 kilometers from Tambura town, a team of civilian, military and police peacekeepers from the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) are on an assignment to investigate a recent upsurge of armed conflict in the vill