‫جي أيه سي تسلم 550,00 كمامة من تصنيعها لشركاء توزيع دوليين في 26 دولة

نشر النوايا الحسنة فيما يتبرع الشركاء بالكمامات المصنعة من قبل جي أيه سي لمؤسسات طبية محلية غوانغجو، الصين، 2 حزيران/يونيو، 2020 / بي آر نيوزواير / — بدأت الكمامات الـ 550,000 التي صنعتها جي أيه سي وشحنتها إلى الخارج في أوائل شهر نيسان/أبريل إلى 26 دولة حيث سُلمت إلى موظفين وشركاء توزيع وعملاء للشركة. ويقوم بعض الشركاء بنشر هذه النوايا الحسنة بتبرعهم بكميات من هذه الكمامات للمنظمات المحتاجة إلى المواد الطبية…

OKEx Expects 100% Increase in Staff in Two Years

MALTA, June 02, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — In the aftermath of the COVID-19 epidemic, amidst global economic downturns and rising unemployment rates, the crypto industry has been gaining great tractions – the total number of confirmed transactions per day, according to Blockchain.com, has been steadily growing since the dramatic drop of BTC in March to around 250K transactions per day; while the total trading volume on major Bitcoin exchanges has…

UNMISS: Quarterly brief on violence affecting civilians (January – March 2020)

CONTEXT This brief presents an overview of trends in violence affecting civilians between January and March 2020, by assessing four major forms of individual harm experienced throughout the conflict (killing, injury, abduction and sexual violence). While the impact of violence extends beyond these forms of harm, they have been the most common incidents documented throughout the conflict in South Sudan. Since the signing of the Revitalized Agreement on the Resolution…

Women peacekeepers in Bentiu continue efforts to protect civilians

OLIVIER NDIKUMANA “In all the years that I have spent working across conflict zones with United Nations Peacekeeping, I’ve discovered that women, genuinely, hold the key to sustainable peace. We constitute 50 per cent of any society and only by involving women in key decisions that impact their day-to-day life will societies become truly peaceful and inclusive, says Hiroko Hirahara, Head of Field Office, UNMISS Bentiu. Prior to South Sudan,…

IOM, Government of South Sudan to Establish a Point of Entry in Renk

Juba –The International Organization for Migration (IOM) is working in close partnership with the government of South Sudan and other UN agencies to ramp up surveillance at the country’s borders as part of efforts to curtail the spread of COVID-19. South Sudan has recorded 994 confirmed cases of COVID-19 as of 28 May. A team jointly led by the Government of South Sudan and IOM recently concluded a mission to conduct…

UNMISS PoC Update, 22 to 28 May 2020

UNMISS “Protection of Civilians” (PoC) Sites Population Update* As of 28 May 2020, the total number of civilians seeking safety in six Protection of Civilians (PoC) sites located on UNMISS bases is 187,991. This includes 29,658 in Juba UN House, 111,727 in Bentiu, 27,930 in Malakal, 1,921 in Bor, and 10,755 in the area adjacent to UNMISS in Wau.     Source: UN Mission in South Sudan

COVID-19 cases spike in South Sudan; IRC calls for end to political standoff inhibiting country’s response

Juba, South Sudan— South Sudan has seen a sharp spike in confirmed COVID-19 cases in the past week, with cases more than doubling amidst a humanitarian emergency. President Salva Kiir has warned the country, where conflict has significantly weakened the health system, may not be able to withstand the overwhelming emergencies witnessed around the world. More than nine million people are in need of food assistance, and growing insecurity due…

Press Conference by Security Council President on Work Programme for June, July

The Security Council will embrace a wide-ranging approach to security matters in June and July — tackling issues ranging from peacekeeping mandates to human rights to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic — as it continues its virtual work under the presidencies of France and Germany, said those countries’ permanent representatives during a video press conference today. Nicolas de Rivière (France) and Christoph Heusgen (Germany), who will preside over the…