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Tuesday 6 April 2021

Save the Children and partners return 58 abducted children and women to their families

Abductees in Pieri walking to board helicopter flight, back to their village of origin in Pibor on Thursday 31 March, 2021 where they were abducted. Photo: Tito Justin/Save the Children


Wednesday 24 March 2021

OVER 1 MILLION TEXTBOOKS DISTRIBUTED TO SCHOOLS IN SOUTH SUDAN TO ENHANCE LEARNING

Over 1 million textbooks distributed to schools in South Sudan More than 3700 Primary and Secondary Schools receive 1.12 million textbooks to enhance learning in South Sudan

Wednesday 10 March 2021

Frontline Health Worker: Working to save lives amidst COVID-19 is a new normal

In the beginning it was very difficult. We don’t feel good about it but as being medical personnel, it has now become as our routine activities, our frontline health worker, Juan, 24, says.

  Tito Justin

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.

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