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 UNMISS IN ACTION

Deputy Special Representative of Secretary General Toby Lanzer talks to an injured man seeking shelter at the UNMISS base in Unity State capital Bentiu. More than 22,000 civilians are seeking shelter at the base. Photo: UNMISS / Tina Turyagyenda
Deputy Special Representative of Secretary General Toby Lanzer speaking to injured man at UNMISS protection site in Unity State capital Bentiu, where about 22,000 civilians are seeking shelter. Photo: UNMISS / Tina Turyagyenda

 News Stories
IDPs in Malakal learn about conflict management
22 April 2014 - To promote peace and harmony among displaced people seeking shelter in the UNMISS base in the Upper Nile State capital Malakal, UNMISS today organized a workshop on conflict management and peace building.
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Hundreds massacred in Bentiu violence
21 April 2014 - UNMISS today strongly condemned targeted killings of civilians in the Unity State capital Bentiu, based on their ethnic origins and nationality.
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More security required for increasing IDPs, UNMISS official says
21 April 2014 - Urgent military reinforcements are needed to strengthen security for the rapidly increasing numbers of civilians seeking protection at the UNMISS base in the Unity State capital Bentiu, the mission’s acting Unity State coordinator said today.
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UNICEF airlifts nutrition supplies
17 April 2014 – With double the number of children now suffering from severe malnutrition in South Sudan, UNICEF today airlifted energy food into the country.
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Ibba resident learn legal aid, rights and land issues
16 April 2014 - Aiming to assist residents with legal concerns, the Western Equatoria State Law Society and UNMISS completed a two-day workshop today in Ibba County on legal aid, human rights and land issues.
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 FEATURE STORIES
Displaced fending for

themselves
As Mary Jeshi and her family fled violence and sought shelter at an UNMISS base in Juba in mid-December, it seemed inevitable to her that life as she knew it would change. She just had no idea how much. 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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