Friday, April 3, 2020

One man’s story: The beauty of South Sudan

The highly divisive disagreements amongst South Sudan political elites led to a bloody civil war, which has torn the country apart....

Smiles, hugs and laughs among rival factions: are they real or they are just...

At J1 State House in Juba it was all smiles, hugs and laughs. The happiness is believed to usher in a...

South Sudan forms a unity government

One president, one First Vice-President and three Vice Presidents are at the top of South Sudan unity government that was formed...

Three years on: how much have ‘mobile courts’ achieved?

Until the influx of asylum seekers from South Sudan, escaping recent violent conflict that has claimed lives of nearly 400,000 people,...

Refugees, nationals to receive uplift

In an effort to improve the well being of both refugees and host communities; living in Uganda’s West Nile region particularly...

South Sudan at crossroads: Is peace on the horizon?

The president of South Sudan, Salva Kiir, backed down by returning the country to its former status of 10 states. However,...

CORDAID donates over 700 million shillings for enhanced community Resilience and natural hazard project...

caritas Arua diocese has received nearly 797 million from Cordaid as the Catholic Organization for Relief and Development Aid to carry...

“We Shall Never Go Back To War Again” VP.

South Sudan’s vice president Dr James Wani Igga pledged that his government will not go back to war again if peace...

Meet the Refugee Welfare Council three chairperson who passed on

The late, Joseph Amani of 38, the rhino camp settlement refugee welfare council three chairperson was described by his workmates...

Social Media blamed for escalating tension, Refugee youths trained to resist the abuse.

The social media platforms dubbed Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, WhatsApp among many others is a source of communication connecting a group of...

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