Law enforcement officers in Kuacjok are sharpening their policing skills as they seek to better investigate and curb crime and promote justice.
A significant aspect of the revitalized peace agreement was realized in Wau recently with the graduation of the first batch of trainers for unified forces – a necessary step in the fulfilment of the agreement’s chapter on security arrangements.
Concerned about the pace of their inclusion in government and decision-making positions, women in the Greater Bahr el Ghazal region are positioning themselves to push for more representation at both national and regional levels.
There are at least two things that make the United Nations peacekeeping mission in South Sudan unique: one is that its host country is the youngest in the world, having gained its independence in 2011, and another is that it employs more United Nations Volunteers than any other mission worldwide,
The establishment of a Joint Border Peace Committee and local court expected to handle criminal cases were two of the resolutions agreed on at a peace dialogue organized to tackle persistent intercommunal fighting and gang criminality in a particularly troubled part of South Sudan’s Greater Lakes
Details of a peace agreement that for a long time seemed distant finally reached Tambura recently – for the first time – stirring excitement as residents got firsthand access to its content in their local language.