With emotion shining in her eyes, Unaisi Bolatolu-Vuniwaqa watched with pride as her police officers marched in tight formation before her in a special parade of honour to bid farewell to their leader.
“With this new health facility, our community is relieved from the burden of travelling long distances to access medication in Torit town, which is far from our village,” revealed John Ongorony, Chairperson of the Labalwa community in Eastern Eq
Building capacities among local law enforcement remains a key priority for the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) as it continues to support the world’s youngest nation in its recovery from civil wars and COVID-19.
“The knowledge that you have given to my officers during this workshop will have a positive impact on our prison service for generations to come,” said Major General Yohannes Orac, Director of the Bentiu Central Prison, while closing a workshop
“We must stop the perennial cycle of revenge killings if we are to live in peace and prosper,” said Jany Nyang, a traditional leader in Budang payam [administrative division] located within Rubkona county in Unity state.
More than 90 participants drawn from the government, the private sector, civil society organizations and local communities have participated in a two-day Partnership for Recovery and Resilience (PfRR) workshop in Torit, Eastern Equatoria.
Protecting child rights is a key aspect that the Government of South Sudan and the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) are collaborating on as part of the nation’s bid to establish itself as a true democracy with