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China donates 2,048 tonnes rice to South Sudan
May 26, 2018 (JUBA) - China has handed over 2,048 tonnes of rice to the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) to assist millions of people affected by the conflict in war-torn South Sudan.
Saving children’s lives in South Sudan – Zaeem Haq – Medium
Malaria, diarrhoeaandpneumoniaremain major killers of young children and widespread food insecurity means children who survive remainundernourished, unable to thrive or meet their full potential.
South Sudan - Emergency Livelihood Response Programme 2018
In 2018, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) in South Sudan must respond to the highest levels of food insecurity ever recorded in the country. To address this challenge, FAO revised its multiyear Emergency Livelihood Response Programme (ELRP) to enable rapid food produ
New un police commissioner urges other female officers to join her in protecting civilians and building peace in South Sudan
“We are engaging with mostly the vulnerable people that are protected within the Protection of Civilians sites and, of course, a lot of them are women and children,” said Unaisi Bolatolu-Vuniwaqa. “Therefore, the role of women police in UNPOL is very, very important so that we are able to bridge the
South Sudan's quiet victims of war: With HIV, without help
YAMBIO, South Sudan — Tracing his fingers over his bald head, the 11-year-old boy shifts uncomfortably in his chair. “I’m scared,” James Seferino says. “All I know is that if I don’t take my pills I’ll die.”
South Sudan peace talks end without deal: mediators
ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - Talks in Ethiopia to revive South Sudan's failed 2015 peace pact and end the country's civil war broke up on Wednesday without a deal, mediators said, potentially prolonging a conflict that has killed tens of thousands of people and displaced millions. Regional grouping IGAD
South Sudan Opposition Groups Reject Peace Proposal
Opposition groups, including the SPLM-IO and the South Sudan Opposition Alliance, say the proposal from the East African development bloc, IGAD, does not address the root causes of the South Sudan conflict. They also argue it gives the current government, run by President Salva Kiir, far more positi
Little Progress on South Sudan Peace Talks
After four days of closed-door negotiations at the high-level peace talks in Ethiopia's capital, Addis Ababa, a South Sudan government official said warring parties in South Sudan have made some progress on security issues but admits there has been little headway on governance and other big sticking
Megan Armknecht, Samuel Dearden
Megan Beth Armknecht and Samuel Tueller Dearden were married May 25 in a traditional sealing ceremony, led by an elder at the Salt Lake Temple, a Mormon church.
Fear and failure: How Ebola sparked a global health revolution
It was August 4, 2014, and the government of Sierra Leone had ordered more than 7 million citizens to shelter at home and pray. The Ebola epidemic was out of control, and it was time for desperate measures.
U.N. denunciation of starvation as war weapon needs tough...
Wars dramatically worsen starvation, and about two-thirds of the 815 million chronically hungry people around the world live in conflict areas, according to U.N. food agencies.
South Sudan: More than 200 child soldiers released, UN says
Two hundred and ten child soldiers have been released in South Sudan, bringing the total number of underage fighters freed so far this year to 806, a UN spokesman said on Friday.
Joint UN effort to clear mines and ammunition keeps communities safe in South Sudan
A joint effort to clear unexploded mines and ammunition, and to educate people about the risks of remnants of war, is helping keep cattle herders and local communities safe in the Northern Bahr El Ghazal region of South Sudan.
South Sudan Food Security Outlook Update, April 2018
Food security has further deteriorated in Pibor and it is possible that more than 20 percent of households are in Catastrophe (IPC Phase 5). In anassessment conducted by REACHin March/April, 24.3 percent of households reported a Household Hunger Scale of six, indicative of Catastrophe (IPC Phase 5)
10 People Killed, 14-Y-O Girl Raped in Attack on Christian College in South Sudan
Open Doorssaid Friday that the attack on Emmanuel Christian College in Goli, Yei County, took place on Monday, though details are still coming out.
US aid group says 9 abducted staffers freed in South Sudan
JUBA, South Sudan –The U.S.-based aid group World Vision says nine staffers who were abducted earlier this week in civil war-torn South Sudan have been released.A statement on Friday says eight local staffers and one Ugandan were seized on Monday while driving in a convoy outside the Equatorian town
Anne is fighting to scale up HIV services in South Sudan
At the World Health Assembly this year, GE Healthcare and Women in Global Health, a movement that strives for greater gender equality in global health leadership, are joining forces to honor and celebrate women in global health. Anne Kinuthia, 2018Heroine of Healthis being honored for her work in se
Cutting U.S. Aid To South Sudan Would Further Hurt Civilians In War-Torn Nation, Humanitarians Say
“Cutting off United States aid to South Sudan would not have the intended effect of punishing the government and instead would create further hardship for civilians in the civil war-torn country, humanitarians say. The Trump administration said last week it was undertaking a review of all U.S. assis
Despite corrupt regime, cutting off aid to South Sudan isn't the right move
And even if the leaders, who are personally profiting from the country’s coffers, were also pilfering aid funding, aid organizations say civilians should not be punished for government corruption and lack of will for peace.
Sudan says committed to Yemen military campaign, weeks after...
CAIRO (Reuters) - Sudan remains committed to a Saudi-led alliance fighting in Yemen, state news agency SUNA quoted President Omar al-Bashir as saying, three weeks after the Sudanese defence minister said Khartoum was assessing its participation in the Yemen war.