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Cattle are of vital importance in South Sudan. They symbolize wealth and status and are often the cause of disputes among different groups. According to the South Sudan National Bureau of Statistics, the country's estimated cattle population by the end of 2012 was 11,814,000. Photo: UNMISS/Anna Adhikari
10 July 2013 - Concluding a brick-molding project today in Pariak, Jonglei State, UNMISS and the state government handed out buckets, carpets, wheelbarrows, shovels, brick molds, helmets, gumboots and gloves to 38 participants.
10 June 2013 - Recognizing the desperate shortage of trained teachers at Jonglei State’s only university, UNMISS has been providing the Bor institution with free veterinary classes.
7 June 2013 – In what has become a regular tradition, UNMISS Kenyan Battalion peacekeepers donated blood to children and pregnant women at Aweil Civil Hospital today.
5 June 2013 - Aiming to increase journalists’ knowledge of ethics when reporting on children, UNICEF organized a two-day workshop that ended today in Upper Nile State.
UNMISS Facilitates Child Protection Workshop
for Parliamentarians - 12 June 2013
"New contract to ensure job security"
10 june 2013
UNMISS and Jonglei page
Sheltering civilians in Jonglei photos (pdf)
Sheltering civilians from conflict in Jonglei
Transforming South Sudan’s prisons
Fitting back into the community
Video about prison agriculture