Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Co–existence dilemma

Five years on, living side-by-side, refugees and the host communities of Bidi bidi are still struggling to attain total harmony amid...

Uganda politics and refugees

End of 2020 led Ugandans into election mood, with many politicians aspiring political posts in the country. Uncertain of the outcome,...

The fortune of refugees in the face of covid19 vaccine.

By John Dibaba, Radio Pacis A report by the officials in the Health department have revealed...

Harnessing the potentials of South Sudanese women and girls.

By: Esther Natalino, Radio Easter Yei Crown the woman-South Sudan is a women founded and led...

A blossoming women’s day for female inmates in Yei

By Mambo Paul Loboka, Easter Radio Yei 8th March marks International Women’s day. A day dedicated...

Agriculture to rebound, amid COVID–19

As much as the coronavirus pandemic has been devastating to almost all sectors world over; and in Uganda alike, the national...

Cattle rustling

Residents of Gaar Boma in Lakes State are accusing Cattle keepers from Rumbek East County of killing 4 police officers and...

South Sudan: Fighting between gardeners and herders

At least two people were killed and one injured in a clash in January, between cattle keepers and farmers in Kapara...

Shaping path for women emancipation.

By: Esther Natalino, Easter Radio It's a custom and tradition in most African countries to out-look...

Affirmative action to inspire women, travelled to Africa’s largest refugee settlement

Affirmative action to raise women’s participation in decision making of their own affairs in the various refugee camps has travelled to...

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