Friday, April 3, 2020

Starvation is increasingly becoming South Sudan’s cancer

Article by Felix  Ochola Looming famine in some parts of South Sudan threaten to spark mass exodus of the country’s young population. Authorities...

Police make arrests following clashes between refugees and locals

 Author: Michael Ojok Just weeks after deadly clashes between refugees of Dinka and Nuer tribes of South Sudanese people, in Rhino settlement which...

Food rations distribution has delayed. Yet we have nothing left to eat, refugees say.

Author: Ojok Michael World Food Programme (WFP) is concerned about rowdy situation in Rhino camp of South Sudanese people a result of...

Adjumani district health facilities’ stores have run dry, of drugs.

Author: Michael Ojok The district’s health facilities surfer from shortages of medicines. Medics say they are handicapped by the scarcities. The condition...

Sports for hope.

Author: Michael Ojok Some South Sudanese children with disabilities are beneficiaries of special sports. Through activities of sports, organisers believe the youngsters...

Land offer for refugees, in Northern Uganda, in a deadlock.

Author: Ojok Michael Early this year residents of Paimol County, in Northern Uganda’s Agago district, presented about 40 square kilometers to the...

South Sudan-Uganda border point, Elegu, is prone to floods. Solutions are near.

Author: Ojok Michael Uganda government plans to reduce ruins usually caused by heavy downpours, every year, in Elegu-border-post. A plan to start the...

Uganda’s refugee law is admirable. But the government is marred with irregularities.

Author: Ojok Michael United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) is carrying out massive data verification of refugees, in Uganda, using a...

Lamwo district residents in fear. They allege foreign troops go through their villages.

Author: Tembo FM Fear has blanketed residents of Lamwo district. The residents claim foreign troops come into their villages under the cover...

Why refugees are a welcome group, in Uganda?

Author: Speak and Tembo FM In the report of 31 Jan 2018 UNHCR estimates over 17, 000 South Sudanese refugees registered in...

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