Sunday, July 12, 2020

NGO vehicles turn into a killing machine

Residents of a-refugee-hosting district of Arua are concerned about high speeds at which refugee programs implementing partners drive. This follows rampant...

Can South Sudan leaders’ visit to the Vatican be a game changer?

Many believe the act of Pope Francis kissing the shoes of South Sudan leaders – President Salva Kiir, Riek Machar and...

Many problems, one solution

In response to appeal made by the government of Uganda through the Office of the Prime Minister, some humanitarian organizations have...

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...

Livestock thefts around South Sudan-Uganda border area cause chaos

Cross-border raids, along South Sudan-Uganda border area, have thrown entire populations into chaos. For example, residents of Lamwo district in the...

What peace?

Even though a South Sudanese revitalized peace deal was reached and signed by representatives of almost all conflicting groups, insecurity remains...

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...

Provide capacity, not handouts

The number of people in Food Crisis in South Sudan is nearly 6.2 million as of 31 Jan 2019, according to...

Renewed fighting in Yei threaten another influx of refugees into Uganda.

Yei's security is threatened by renewed fighting, reportedly, between forces allied to General Thomas Cirillo Swaka of National Salvation Front and...

South Sudanese refugees are returning home. What next?

South Sudan Relief and rehabilitation Commission or SSRRC say nationals who had fled the country’s conflict are spontaneously returning. Returnees are...

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