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

Refugee children in Bidibidi refugee settlement, in Yumbe district, play football after school. The settlement brings together many tribes of South Sudan. Picture by Ochan Hannington | 05 Feb 2019

For many South Sudanese, the country’s revitalized peace agreement is coming rather too slow. Majorities are seemingly waiting on peace to return. The wait has availed them little. Over 2 millions are still languishing in refugee settlements across the region. More than 2 other million are scattered cross the country, living in appalling conditions, in Internally Displaced camps. Furthermore, those who did not flee their homes face daily challenges of insecurity, not having enough to eat, lack of clean water as well as lack of shelter.

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