Advocacy

Thursday 25 November 2021

Save the Children, Government and partners commit to strengthen cross-border child protection mechanisms.

Participapants pose in a group photo during the consultative meeting at Grand Hotel Juba. Photo: Tito Justin/Save the Children

Monday 22 November 2021

World Children’s Day: Children demand government to prioritize their welfare

On the occasion of International Children’s Day, government officials and stakeholders have been told to re-evaluate their priorities to meet the demands of the children of South Sudan.

Tuesday 26 October 2021

South Sudan launches ‘Safe School Declaration Guidelines’ with support from Save the Children to protect schools from military use

"To save education, we need to stop the violence, allocate enough budget for education, provide free learning materials, expand adult education and allow all children to complete at least free primary and secondary education."

Friday 22 October 2021

$30million urgently required to address South Sudan’s worsening humanitarian situation as heavier rains, more floods expected in coming months

“Millions of children –in 61 most affected Counties - are at risk of violence, exploitation, abuse, and neglect and are in urgent need of immediate child protection services.”

Nyaluak*,3, recovers from Malnutrition at Walgak PHCC. Photo: Tito Justin/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.

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