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Green Horizon food security project raises wellbeing of Jebel Ladu communities while growing crops to appease South Sudan’s hunger crisis

More than 2.5 million hectares of land in South Sudan have been acquired mainly by international investors since 2006 This story was made possible with support from InfoNile and Pulitzer Center. By David Mono Danga South Sudan, the world’s youngest nation, is grappling with several challenges including poverty and hunger....
News

Finance ministry suspends assistance as financial year elapses 

National Minister of Finance and Planning, Mr. Salvatore Garang Mabiordit  By Manyuon Mayen Manyuon The National Ministry of Finance and Planning has restricted and suspended finance assistance of any kind in the Ministry for all the individuals as the financial year approaches an end. In a Ministerial order dated April...
Opinion

WHO IS INCHARGE OF ALLIEN REGISTRATIONS?

By Correspondent Many at times I have been privileged to talk to people in both the government and civilian population regarding the registration and subsequent crackdown on illegal aliens. In these forums I come across myriad reactions, of course some foreigners have complained of harassments and intimidation by unknown cartel...
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The power of cultural dance in peace building

Group of South Sudanese local dancers dance U’dea (photo by Balla Bulen) By Mandela Nelson Denis South Sudan yesterday joined the rest of the world to mark the International Dance Day. The day was created by the dance committee of the international theatre institute in 1982, the main partner for...
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Tribute to Alfred Taban

By Victor Lugala With the death of veteran journalist Alfred Taban on 27 April, South Sudan has been robbed of a great journalist and media activist. Better known to his close associates and friends as Logune, or son of Gune his mother, Taban's long career in journalism was phenomenal. In...
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Japan injects USD 2.5M to renovate Upper Nile University

Dr. Kamil Kamaluddeen (L) UNDP’s Resident (R) Ambassador of Japan to South Sudan, Seiji Okada signing an agreement to support the rehabilitation of Upper Nile University Malakal Campus and Establishment of Juba University Cultural Centre.(Photo:Louis Fourmentin) By Sheila Ponnie Government of Japan has injected 2.5 million dollars for the rehabilitation...
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Media houses to Commemorate World Press Freedom day

 By Khamis Cosmas Lokudu. khamiscosmas@gmail.com A week before South Sudan Media family commemorate the World press freedom day in Juba, the Media organizations, Media houses and journalists are shocked with the death of South Sudan Veteran journalist Alfred Taban Logune the former Editor-In-chief of Juba Monitor Newspaper, and a Member...
News

Second phase of polio vaccination begins

Dr .Anthony Laku Kirback, Director of Expanded Programme on Immunization (EPI) in the Ministry of Health (Photo: Martha David) By Martha David The national Ministry of Health in partnership with UNICEF, WHO and Global Alliance for vaccines GAVI has started a nationwide vaccination against polio. In an interview with Juba...
Editorial and commentary

WITHERING HEAVY STORM

With Paul Jimbo The past four days have defined some of the worse times and moments for the family and friends of Juba Monitor. The sudden death of veteran journalist and founder of Juba Monitor, the late doyen of journalism Alfred Taban caught us flat footed. It will definitely take...
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