To mark International Day of Peace, over 8000 people from across 15 counties in the Eastern Lakes area traveled from far and wide to Yirol town to watch their favorite teams wrestle peacefully. Here is a brief snapshot of the celebrations.
Two batches from vocational training centres in South Sudan, have completed a training on what learners are expected to do.
A joint high-level team from UNDP and Embassy of Japan along with Government officials visited Malakal to evaluate the progress on the rehabilitation of the Upper Nile University in the state.
Dr John Garang Police Training Academy in South Sudan used to have challenges with reliable power and quality sanitation, especially putting the female cadets at risk. UNDP worked with them to shift to solar energy and improve the facilities for cadets. Read on to find out how.
From B2B linking event, a job fair to a youth dialogue to promote peace building, events were held in Torit to engage young people in peace and employment. Read on for more.
Leaders from communities resolve conflict that disrupted Nile River transportation and business.
More than 200 corporate leaders, financiers and entrepreneurs came together to develop private sector partnerships and linkages, and empower young business owners in South Sudan.

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