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Monday 8 February 2021

WHEN GIRLS GET EDUCATED THEY CAN DO EVERYTHING BOYS DO, ABUK* 13, SAYS.

Going to school is important for girls because if a girl gets educated she can do the same things that her brothers do in the future.

   Abuk*, 13 attending education on air lesson with her radio distributed by Save the Children. Photo: Malama Mwila/Save the Children

Monday 8 February 2021

LIVELIHOOD PROGRAMS HELP YOUTH OVERCOME POVERTY AND CONFLICT IN SOUTH SUDAN

Moses, 22, is making a cloth for sell in his shop in Rumbek, South Sudan. Photo: Tito Justin/Save the Children 

Rumbek, South Sudan - Youths empowered by Save the Children are overcoming the distresses of war using Technical Vocational Education Training (TVET) skills in Lakes State.

Monday 8 February 2021

SUPPORTING CHILDREN TO REMAIN IN SCHOOL

“I want girls with a child or children like me to go back to school, Rebecca*, 20, from South Sudan”

Monday 8 February 2021

INTEGRATED NUTRITION AND HEALTH INTERVENTION SAVES CHILDREN UNDER FIVE AMIDST HUNGER THREAT IN SOUTH SUDAN.

When *Abuk took her baby to the Save the Children supported clinic in Abyei, *Akel was found to be severely malnourished. She has since received life-saving treatment and is now stable and recovering.  

 Tito Justin

Thursday 21 January 2021

Save the Children welcomes decline in violations against children in South Sudan

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