A new facility to improve fish processing and storage was commissioned today in Bor along a critical supply chain benefiting both Fangak Nuer and…
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The new contruction in Wowo, Amadi State is designed to unite five neighboring states through trade interdependence and exchange.
Jonglei State Revenue Authority Officially Inaugurated by State Government, Embassy of Japan, and UNDP
Now the fourth state revenue authority launched in South Sudan by the Support to Public Financial Management project, funded by the Government of Japan, African Development Bank, and UNDP.
Ministry of Trade, Embassy of Japan, UNDP and UN Women Launch New Centres for Economic and Livelihood Empowerment of Women and Youth in Yambio
The Minister of Trade and Industry, and East African Community Affairs Hon. Moses Hassan, together with Japanese Ambassador to South Sudan, His Excellency, Seiji Okada, UNDP and UN Women conducted a…
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) in collaboration with the Government of South Sudan and financial support from the European Union concluded on Thursday in Juba Landmark Hotel a…
The monthly Rule of Law forum serves as one of the few open venues for citizens to talk and interact directly with law enforcement agencies, and for law enforcement agencies to transparently share…
Fiona Muchbetter Dhafi is based in Torit, South Sudan as Law Enforcement Advisor with UNDP’s Access to Justice and Rule of Law project.
Ministry of Higher Education, Japan, and UNDP Complete Fact-Finding Missions to Assess Support Needed to Re-Open Upper Nile University Campuses
More than 89% of the University’s student population is collocated in a temporary space in Juba, with a deadline to vacate by the end of January 2019.
Youth Groups in Bentiu Come Together for the First Time Since 2013 to Exchange and Interact on Peacebuilding
The groundbreaking exercise brought together 48 youth leaders, and their members, who had not met formally since the start of the civil conflict in South Sudan.
The mediation conference between Duk Padiet and Duk Pagak communities provided a concrete example of the role grassroots peace committees can have in resolving local disputes.
A total of 221 women dedicated their time to learning vocational skills in tailoring, basic computer applications, bed sheet design, bakery, masonry and carpentry.