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21 May 2019 | Comments (2)
Women in Marial Ajith are realizing their community’s potential Read more
17 April 2019 | Comments (0)
“It was ululation, tears, and songs of happiness. Seeing the happiness in their faces after enduring so much fills us with hope. We won’t stop until all separated children are back home.” Read more
31 March 2019 | Comments (0)
In 1936, the South Sudanese first Pilot Mading Riak was born in Eastern Lakes State, in a village called Aher. He is number four (4) of seven (7) siblings from Apaak clan of Yirol West. Mading Riak and his youngest brother Yuot Riak were the only siblings sent to school by their father Riak Amojpei. Read more
24 January 2019 | Comments (0)
Sowing Seeds of Peace Initiative (SSPI) and South Sudan Council of Churches organized trauma and healing awareness in Rumbek, supported by System to Uphold the Credibility and Constitutionality of Elections in South Sudan (USAID-SUCCESS). Read more
12 January 2019 | Comments (0)
When the five year old conflict started in December 2013, many youth were divided between the different political sides. Some became agents of division. Read more
21 December 2018 | Comments (0)
The United Nations Migration Agency (IOM) brought to South Sudan for the first time its annual Global Migration Film Festival (GMFF). Read more
19 December 2018 | Comments (0)
As pastoralists are constantly on the move, partners implementing an educational project to educate pastoralists and enhance their livelihoods are seeking for more programs to improve the mobile school system designed for pastoralist communities. Read more
13 December 2018 | Comments (0)
Tito Gatkoi Kach Theng is from Dhornor, Leer, in the Greater Upper Nile region. He is currently in Yemen working with Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) as a nurse activity manager. Read more
03 December 2018 | Comments (0)
Community residents in Mugwo County of Yei River State have reconciled among themselves, SPLA-IO and SSPDF forces despite all forms of atrocities committed against them since the outbreak of the conflict in 2016. Read more
16 November 2018 | Comments (0)
Thousands of South Sudanese refugees who fled Yei River State into Uganda and DR Congo are making a voluntary return back home after the recent signed revitalized peace agreement. Read more
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