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UNMISS Deputy Special Representative and Resident/Humanitarian Coordinator, Sara Beysolow Nyanti, recently visited newly displaced people seeking refuge in Adidiyang, Upper Nile, following recent clashes in Tonga. Photo by Nyang Touch/UNMISS

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UNMISS Force Commander, Lieutenant General Mohan Subramanian from India, assumed his duties in the world's largest United Nations Peacekeeping mission today and inspected an Honour Guard by peacekeepers from Rwanda, Ethiopia, China, Nepal and India. Photo by Priyanka Chowdhury/UNMISS

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A patrolling team of UNMISS peacekeepers recently visited communities reeling from cattle raids and revenge attacks in Kapoeta and Budi, Eastern Equatoria. With the normally peaceful fabric of life in tatters, people are calling on the UN Peacekeeping mission to begin reconciliation activities. Photo by Moses Yakudu/UNMISS

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Patrolling UNMISS peacekeepers spent time with communities in remote Landili, Western Equatoria, to assess their security and humanitarian needs. Photo by Phillip Mbugo/UNMISS.

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Schoolchildren in Mvolo, Western Equatoria, will no longer have to battle inclement weather in outdoor classrooms, thanks to an UNMISS-funded construction of a secondary school block. Additionally, the UN Peacekeeping mission also handed over a police post. The aim: To encourage voluntary returns, support recovery and build peace. Photo by Denis Louro/UNMISS.

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Some 50 women from remote Aliamtoc-1 in Lakes state, South Sudan, came together at a three-day UNMISS-sponsored forum to discuss the role of women peacebuilders at the grassroots and how they contribute to bringing about progress and prosperity in the world's youngest nation. Photo by James Mawien Manyuol/UNMISS