In a bid to help prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus, police officers based in Rumbek and serving with the United Nations Mission in
It all began when she deescalated an argument at a water pump in the Don Bosco site for Internally Displaced Persons in Juba, South Sudan,
With foreign interference surging, front lines between combatants shifting, tens of thousands fleeing their homes and the threat of COVID-19 looming large, a negotiated solution
Nine years since South Sudan gained independence and became the world’s youngest nation, UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, is calling on the country’s leaders to
248 persons attending protection, GBV and PSEA capacity building – 153 men and 95 women 73 women persons with disabilities engaged in empowerment activities 5,908 persons reached with
The coronavirus outbreak has worsened the hunger crisis in the world’s poorest corners, and up to 12,000 people could die each day from hunger linked
Overview By 28 June 2020, South Sudan recorded 1,989 cumulative COVID-19 confirmed cases, and 36 deaths. The overall number of tests conducted stands at 10,529.
The South Sudan Humanitarian Fund (SSHF) allocated US$34.7 million to 48 humanitarian partners under the first standard allocation of 2020, targeting an estimated 1.6 million