JUBA - Today was a bright and sunny day in Juba, the capital city of the world’s youngest nation, South Sudan.
WESTERN BAHR EL GHAZAL – As signatories to the Revitalized Peace Agreement commit on a Roadmap to achieve outstanding benchmarks and ensure the transitional period comes to an end with free, fair and credible elections, the United Nations
JONGLEI - With the agreement by all signatories on a Roadmap to fulfil outstanding benchmarks contained within the Revitalized Peace Agreement and the graduation of the first batch of the Necessary Unified Forces, South Sudan is
Juba, 14 October 2022 – The United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) strongly condemns the resurgence of deadly violence between armed Dinka Ngok youth from the Abyei Administrative Area and the Dinka Twic Ma
UPPER NILE- With recent fighting in the state having caused an influx of more than 15,000 persons seeking shelter at the Malakal Protection of Civilians site, learning techniques to prevent, mitigate and resolve conflicts becomes even more impo
Juba, 12 October 2022 – Engineers from the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) and humanitarian partners have managed to repair flooding-induced breaches of dykes that protect an internally displaced per
EASTERN EQUATORIA- Animal husbandry, carpentry, baking, tailoring, bricklaying – you name the skill and there is a decent chance that the vocational training offered to 65 youth in Opari and Pajok included encompassed it.
EASTERN EQUATORIA- Youth in remote Abara are celebrating, and with good reason: for the first time in many years, they will now be able to attend a public high school close to home, rather than in faraway Nimule or neighbouring Uganda.