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Thursday 14 October 2021

Partners review ECW's Multi-Year Resilience Programme, plan for 2022

At least fifty-three representatives of partner organizations under the Multi-Year Resilience Programme [MYRP] are meeting in Juba to reflect and review the progress of activities towards enhancing education outcomes in South Sudan. Photo: Daniel Danis/Save the Children

Monday 11 October 2021

CREATING HOPE FOR GIRLS TO REMAIN IN SCHOOL THROUGH MENTOR INITIATIVES

     Hadia Nyoka Samuel (infront), Lead Captain, and  Modong Emmanuel,  Assistant Captain, visited Juba International Airport to meet  United Nations Humanitarian Air Service - UNHAS Captain for a tour of the plane. They sat at the cockpit and engage in questions and answers with the captain of what being a pilot feels like and how easy it is to become a pilot.

Monday 27 September 2021

Time is up to Save the Next Generation of South Sudan

Achol, 15, (left) and Mabior, 15, (right) in a side event at the United National General Assembly (UNGA) say time is up and that we don’t want to wait for too long to save the next generation of South Sudan.

Photo credit - Tito Justin Hai/Save the Children

 

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Monday 27 September 2021

CHILDREN IN SOUTH SUDAN SAY HUNGER IS FORCING THEM INTO CHILD MARRIAGE AND CRIME – SAVE THE CHILDREN

UNITED NATIONS, 23 September - Children in South Sudan said hunger was forcing more young people to drop out of school, putting girls at risk of early marriage and sexual exploitation, and forcing some boys into crime, according to Save the Children research being released on Thursday at the United Nations General Assembly.

Friday 20 August 2021

Save the Children condemns armed attack on community members it supports in Eastern Equatoria that left 2 dead.

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