Indian peacekeepers serving far from home with the United Nations Mission in South Sudan took time out from their duties to celebrate the 69th Republic Day at colourful cultural ceremonies across the country.
The United Nations Mission in South Sudan has today conducted a search operation within the Protection of Civilians site next to its base in Juba to determine whether individuals allegedly involved in the abduction and killing of three people in the capital last week were located within the camp.
“She was only nine years old.”
“Raped! Raped by a 30-something year old man. This man is HIV positive.”
Jacqueline Bullen Gaga, a police officer from the South Sudan National Police (SSNP) in Juba, recounts details of an investigation she is leading.
Vulnerable civilians living at the United Nations protection site in the South Sudanese town of Bor have received a gift of gardening equipment from Nepalese police officers to help them plant crops during the dry season.
After fleeing violence and spending years sheltering in a United Nations protection camp, Nyapac Orach never imagined that she would graduate with the skills to provide a better future for herself and her family.
Near Verbatim Transcript of
Media Briefing by the Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations
and Head of the United Nations Mission in South Sudan