Hunger & Livelihoods

Thursday 27 January 2022

Saving lives through Community-based Management of Acute Malnutrition

Adut* (1.5) who recovered from malnutrition lives with her mother Jane* (39) and five siblings in Bor, a large town in South Sudan hard hit by conflict, floods and inter-communal fighting. Her father works outside the town and only visits a few times a year. 

Photo: Tito Justin/Save the Children

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 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.

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


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