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بدء تخطيط وفتح شوارع مدينة بيبور بولاية بوما

أعلن حاكم ولاية بوما بجنوب السودان عن بدء التخطيط و فتح الشوارع الرئيسية بمدينة بيبور، مشيراً إلى أن التخطيط أقيم بجهود محلية و عون ذاتي من مواطني الولاية ، في خطوة هي الاولى من نوعها من انشاء الولاية....

S.Sudan Central Bank secures over $10 million in grant

The Central Bank  of South Sudan has secured a grant of over $10 million from the African Development Bank to improve its payment system in the country. Central Bank of any given country is the authority responsible for a state currency. One of its functions is to serve as means of payment. The payment system is a set of […]

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South Sudan: WHO provides lifesaving health care services to displaced populations and host communities in 22 locations in South Sudan

Source: World Health Organization
Country: South Sudan
18 February 2019, Juba – To increase access and strengthen the capacity of emergency lifesaving health care services focusing on outbreak response for epidemic-prone and vaccine-preventable diseas...

مسئول : ضعف كفاءة المعلمين وراء ضعف التحصيل الدراسي للتلاميذ بولاية نهر ياي

قال حكومي بولاية نهر ياي في جنوب السودان إن الطلاب الذين جلسوا لامتحانات المرحلة الابتدائية العام الماضي كان ادائهم ضعيفاً بسبب ضعف كفاءة المدرسين ، الذين لا يتم تحفيزهم....

شكاوى من انعدام مياه الشرب بولاية تركيكا

قالت السلطات المحلية في ولاية تركيكا بجنوب السودان، ان المواطنين يعانون من انعدام مياه الشرب النقية، و خطر المجاعة بالاضافة الى تفشى الامراض وسط المواطنين بالولاية....

راي: قضية إختفاء دونق أقري

لاتزال قضية الناشط الحقوقي دونق صموئيل ، والقيادي المعارض أقري إدرى طى الكتمان لما يقارب العامين بالتمام و الكمال ، فمنذ اختطافهما بالعاصمة الكينية نيروبي الى اليوم ، لايعرف أحد أين مكانهما بالضبط ، فلا تزال التكهنات هي سيدة الموقف ، إذ تتحدث تقارير دو...

South Sudan: ‘Born to be married’: addressing child, early and forced marriage in Nyal, South Sudan

Source: Oxfam
Country: South Sudan

In South Sudan, early and forced marriage has many devastating consequences: it increases girls’ risk of death or complications during pregnancy and childbirth in a country with one of the highest rates of maternal m...

Street vendor killed by tear gas as Sudan protests continue

February 17, 2019 (KHARTOUM) - A street fruit vendor was killed by a tear gas fired by the Sudanese security forces during an anti-government protest in Khartoum North on Sunday.
The Central Committee of Sudan Doctors (CCSD) which deploys medical teams to treat wounded protesters said in a statement released after the march that the 62-year vendor died from tear gas inhalation.
"The death of a citizen, Abubakr Osman Youssef, 62 years old, as a result of suffocation with tear gas, and all (...)

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S.Sudan police launches Wau emergency call centre

The South Sudan National Police Service has launched an emergency call centre in Wau town, Wau State. The aim of the ECC is to combat crimes in the area. In attendance were; the Interior Minister, Michael Chenjiek; UNDP Regional Bureau for Africa Director, Ashunna Eziakonwa; Japanese Ambassador to South Sudan, Seiji Okada, and Wau state […]

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Violent incidents against aid workers reduced – OCHA

A UN agency says there has been reduction of humanitarian access incidents across the country since the year began. In a statement, the UN Office for Coordination Humanitarian Affairs says aid agencies reported only 35 incidents in January 2019. OCHA said  “nearly a quarter of them involved violence against humanitarian personnel and assets.” It said […]

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Riak Riak disappointed as 4 people show up at his concert

South Sudanese rapper Riak Riak had a very disappointing weekend after only four people showed up at his concert at Caravan Music club in Melbourne. The rapper who is based in Australia couldn’t believe the turn out after toiling hard to upgrade his career last year. As reported, Riak’s concert was brought to public attention […]

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Sudanese-Qatari committee to meet next month

February 17, 2019 (KHARTOUM) - The Sudanese-Qatari higher ministerial committee would meet next month in Doha, said Sudan's Foreign Ministry on Sunday
According to the ministry, Foreign Minister El-Dirdeiry Mohamed Ahmed has met with his Qatari counterpart Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani on the sidelines of the 55th Munich Security Conference (MSC) in Germany.
The meeting discussed ways to promote bilateral relations on the various fields in light of the outcome of the visit of President (...)

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Cirilo says only new peace deal will stop war in South Sudan

February 17, 2019 (JUBA) - South Sudan rebel leader Thomas Cirilo said he would continue to fight the government until a new peace deal is signed.
“We're not going to stop. If Juba thinks that without bullets we're not going to be able to protect ourselves and our people they're wrong,” Cirilo told the U.S.-based Vice News on Friday.
“We need a governance system which renders services to the people of South Sudan,” he further said.
The leader of the National Salvation Front (NAS) and several (...)

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Arab League says Sudan’s protests “internal affair”

February 17, 2019 (KHARTOUM) - The Assistant Secretary-General of the Arab League (AL) Hossam Zaki has described Sudan's protests as “internal affair”.
Speaking at a press conference on Sunday, Zaki said the AL hasn't been asked to intervene or provide assistance in the ongoing events in Sudan.
“Accordingly, the Arab League has nothing to do with what is going on in the Sudanese state, he said
Large protests have been ongoing across Sudanese cities since 19 December. The demonstrations first (...)

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Mary Boyoi advises Whatsapp Musicians to step up their hustle

South Sudanese songbird Mary Boyoi has strong words for her fellow musicians who are drown into using whatsapp as a music platform instead of venturing in platforms like stores that can put something in their pockets. In an interview with Juba Eye, Boyoi claims South Sudanese musicians are the most broke in Africa because they […]

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