UNDP joins the media community and peace actors to celebrate the World Radio Day, under the theme “Radio and Diversity”.
Here is one man’s story of perseverance to create a sustainable livelihood for himself.
Meet 20-year-old survivor Martha*, a resident of Hai Jebel Kher in Wau State. The trauma affected her mental health, pushing her to attempt suicide. Ask her about the experience, and she describes it as a“shame to human dignity.”
Inviting journalists to pitch a project on an under reported nonviolent response or peace effort in South Sudan. Deadline for applications are 28 January 2020, 2pm South Sudan time.
AccLab uses new-ish approaches to push UNDP's boundaries of how we think, how we work, and how we engage. Read on to find out about our new way of working and approach.
Through the AccLab, UNDP will explore, experiment and scale-up new ways of working which unlock rapid progress to improve the lives of people in South Sudan.
To address key drivers of inequality in South Sudan, improving access to education, basic services, livelihoods support, and innovative solutions tailored to local needs are needed.

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