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Friday 7 June 2019

Pocket-sized innovation, giant impact: New app and online system launches in South Sudan to support most vulnerable children

The innovations will support case workers helping unaccompanied and separated children, child survivors of sexual violence, and children associated with armed groups.

JUBA, South Sudan 07 June 2019- A new online database and application designed to better protect children in emergencies is today being launched in Juba by UNICEF, Save the Children and a network of child protection organisations.

Thursday 6 June 2019

I reunify children with their families in South Sudan. With this new app, my job has just become a lot easier.

My name is Silvia and I’m a Child Protection specialist. I’ve worked across many countries and emergencies over my 8 years with Save the Children, and through this time my focus has been on giving vulnerable children the best chance to survive and thrive. It’s demanding, but incredible, work.

Wednesday 24 April 2019

We reunified our 6000th child in South Sudan this week. It was incredibly emotional.

Emmanuela* embraces her five children after during reunification

From the moment I boarded the flight to Bentiu in northern South Sudan, I knew it was going to be an emotional journey. I was part of a team travelling to meet five children who had been separated from their mother for nearly half a decade. I knew it would be special, but I didn’t realise how much it would affect me. 

Wednesday 17 April 2019

6,000 children reunited with families after years of separation in South Sudan

JUBA 17.04.2019 - Save the Children, UNICEF and partners have successfully reunited 6,000 children with their families after years of separation due to conflict. This is a milestone for the Family Tracing and Reunification (FTR) programme in South Sudan since the first reunification of 420 children in 2014.

 Tito Justin/Save the Children

Friday 8 March 2019

WOMEN WORK FOR A FUTURE WITHOUT WAR IN SOUTH SUDAN

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