International Organization for Migration or IOM is teaming up with health agencies to vaccinate vulnerable people against measles in South Sudan.
The United Nations Mine Action Service or UNMAS received 37 new explosive detection dogs for South Sudan on Friday.
The University of Juba on Thursday passed out more than two thousand students in its nineteenth graduation ceremony.
Tonj Civil Hospital has received new vaccines for polio immunization from the National Ministry of Health.
Security forces on Thursday arrested an SPLA Major at Juba International Airport carrying eight elephant tusks from Juba to Renk.
South Sudanese are yet to understand human rights, says undersecretary of the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs.
A priest in Yei Catholic Diocese has cautioned South Sudanese to be alert against people worshiping the devil.
Dozens of women leaders who fled violence in Wau County are holding a forum under the theme: “The role of women in decision making and peace building”.
The World Bank is working on strategies to support South Sudan in the next two years, says Country Manager.