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8 November - South Sudan had made good progress in eradicating polio over the past 27 months, national Minister of Health Dr. Michael Milly Hissen said today in Juba.
5 November –As part of its efforts to help reform South Sudanese laws, UNMISS Human Rights Office concluded a two-day workshop today in the Unity State capital Bentiu on the role of prosecutors in protecting and promoting human rights.
4 November 2011 – Aiming to boost the skills of local police, UN Police and the South Sudan Police Service (SSPS) concluded a criminal investigation training workshop today in the Eastern Equatoria State capital of Torit.
3 November 2011 - Aiming to raise the capacity of civil society advocates in promoting and defending human rights, UNMISS Human Rights office began a workshop today in the Eastern Equatoria capital of Torit.
3 November 2011 -- With a third of all peacekeepers worldwide working in Sudan and South Sudan, the two countries were high up on the UN agenda, the new head of the organization's peacekeeping operations said today in Juba.
2 November 2011 -- South Sudan had made significant progress in establishing state institutions and integrating militias into the national army, but still faced security challenges, UNMISS chief Hilde F. Johnson said in New York today.
1 November 2011 – As part of efforts to upgrade poor roads in the Upper Nile State capital Malakal, the Ministry of Physical Infrastructure today launched a one-year road construction project for the town.
Hosting Special Representative of the Secretary-General Hilde F. Johnson
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30 October 2011 - UNMISS today began evacuating civilians injured during a rebel militia attack on Mayom, Unity State, to the capital Bentiu.
28 October 2011 – The first batch of demobilized children who had served in South Sudanese rebel militia groups were airlifted today from Western Bahr El-Ghazal to Unity State to reunite with their families.