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Humanitarian Minister Atak mends ties with aid partners

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The Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Disaster Management has vowed to open a new page and improve the environment for humanitarian...

Author: | Published: Tuesday, March 28, 2023

14 perish in Somalia flash floods

Published: Tuesday, March 28, 2023

14 perish in Somalia flash floods

Published: Friday, March 24, 2023

Over 3,000 S. Sudanese stranded in Libya – says govt

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Kiir inaugurates JICA-funded water treatment plant in Juba

President Salva Kiir on Thursday launched the long overdue Japanese-funded water treatment plant that is expected to supply clean drinking...

Aweil West healthcare center to benefit 40,000 people

The HealthNet TPO on Saturday renovated a primary healthcare center in Aweil West County of Northern Bahr el Ghazal State. (more…)

Gumbo Sherikat women complain about lack of services

Women in Kadoro residential area, in Gumbo Sherikat east of Rejaf Payam have complained about the lack of basic services such as water,...

WFP to provide vulnerable citizens food vouchers worth $5m

The United Nations World Food Program  will provide voucher to the tune of $5 million  in food assistance to the most vulnerable people...

Dumped baby retrieved alive from pit latrine in Juba

A newly born baby dumped in a pit latrine in Juba’s New Site  suburb was rescued Thursday morning. (more…)

UNISFA warns of looming attack in Abyei

The United Nations Interim Security Force for Abyei has warned there is a movement of armed elements within the southern part of the...

Lawmaker Oyet calls for relief assistance for Magwi returnees

The first deputy speaker of the national legislature is calling for humanitarian assistance to over 15,000 returnees in Magwi County of...

Kiir signs four international conventions into law

South Sudan has become a party to four international covenants after President Salva Kiir acceded to the human rights laws on Friday....

Lawmaker calls for security escorts along Nile river

A lawmaker representing Unity State in the Council of States is calling on the government to provide security escort to transport vessels...

JICA donates non-food items to 20,000 Abyei IDPs

Japan International Corporation Agency has distributed non-food items to more than 20,000 Abyei internally displaced persons in Northern...

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