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Parliamentarians learn roles, proceedings and media

19 March 2014 - Aiming to enhance parliamentarians’ skills, UNMISS concluded a workshop today for state assembly members on vital aspects of their work in Wau, Western Bahr El-Ghazal State.

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Death, destruction in South Sudan almost unprecedented, Ban says

19 March 2014 - The range of death, destruction, gross human rights violations and displacement in South Sudan over such a short period have few precedents, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says in his latest report on the country.

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Yirol gets water piping system and community resource centre

18 March 2014 - Humanitarian Coordinator Toby Lanzer today handed over a water piping system and community resource centre to county authorities in Yirol, Lakes State.

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Peace dialogue held for Tonj South communities

18 March 2014 - Seeking to reconcile two communities deeply divided by disputes, UNMISS has supported a peace dialogue between the Apuk Juwir and Thony communities in Tonj South County, Warrap State.

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UN Peacekeeping chief urges South Sudan to respect ceasefire amid fresh clashes

18 March 2014 - The UN peacekeeping chief today called on South Sudan parties to respect the two-month old cessation of hostilities agreement, amid reports of fighting between government and opposition forces.

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 INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY 2014

Stories about women in South Sudan crisis

Displaced fending for themselves
Women surviving at a Jube protection site. Read story ...

Keeping women and

children safe
UNMISS woman staff trying to meet IDP needs in BentiuRead story ...

From patrolling to

protecting civilians

Duties of a woman UNPOL at the protection site in Malakal. Read story ...

 FEATURE STORIES

Life slowly returning

to Bor

  

When fighting broke out in South Sudan in mid-December, Peter Manyok was attending university in Western Bahr El-Ghazal, far from his family in the Jonglei State capital Bor.  Read more ... 


An urgent need for water

 

In the midday heat at the UNMISS base in Juba, displaced people go about what has become their normal life for the past two months. Read more ...

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