Saturday, September 21, 2019

Land grabbing: everyone – least to the greatest, is affected.

Following widespread land grabbing in Uganda, the government has put in place commission of inquiry to probe into the matters. Justice...

Destruction of South Sudan’s Lela Bul forest is worrying. Ugandans are blamed.

South Sudan’s Lela Bul forest found in Magwi County may disappear, if illegal cutting down of tress continue. Local authorities are...

Can football bring peaceful coexistence in South Sudanese refugee settlement areas?

Local football club, Onduparaka FC, and The Association of Volunteers in International Service (AVSI) have initiated a-three-year ‘football for peace’ partnership....

3 months on, refugees-verification-exercise is a success, officials say.

OPM-UNHCR on-going biometric verification exercise, which is established with the aim of ascertaining the exact number of refugees in Uganda, is...

South Sudan is grappling with refugees from other countries, amid its own internal problems.

Did you know even though South Sudan is entangled in its own internal near-humanitarian-catastrophic problems, the war-ravaged-country is a home to...

‘Beled ‘na awel’, meaning our country (South Sudan) come first – refugee youth leader.

Upon outbreak of the first wave of recent South Sudan’s violent conflict, in 2013, a-24-year old John Jal Adek fled the...

South Sudan-Uganda collaboration takes form

Both South Sudan and Uganda are working towards building ‘better’ collaborations. Delegations from the two neighbor countries say leveraging on the...

Violent clashes inside Rhino camp of South Sudanese people claim 2. Others are injured.

Two South Sudanese refugees are confirmed dead. Unidentified number of other refugees are left with injuries following violent clashes between two...

Responding to issues of climate change needs a combined effort, officials say.

Melting ice, scorching sun heat, floods among others are a result of dramatic changing weather patterns. Such issues related to climatic...

Sport activities encourage peaceful coexistence – a South Sudan’s minister.

For many South Sudanese, the country’s revitalized peace agreement is coming rather too slow. Majorities are seemingly waiting on peace to...

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