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South Sudanese child has little to smile about as the world celebrates universal Children’s Day

South Sudanese pupils during a lesson in a makeshift classroom. Courtesy-UNICEF By Paul Jimbo As the world celebrated the Universal Children’s Day on 20th November, 2018, the South Sudanese child had very little if any achievements to boast about. Dubbed “Universal Children’s Day”, the 29th anniversary of the UN Convention...
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IOM supports S. Sudan in developing its first migration policy

By Moses Gum The International Organization for Migration (IOM) is supporting South Sudan in developing its migration policy so as to provide capacity building to improve migration management. This is the first ever migration policy expected to address irregular migration including smuggling and human trafficking. Last week, a three-day consultation...
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Over 1000 students graduate from Cavendish University

  Former Tanzania’s president and Chancellor of Cavendish University H.E Dr Benjamin William Mkapa (middle) reading out his congratulatory speech to the audience during the graduation (Photo by Martin Manyiel Wugol)   By Martin Manyiel Wugol At least 1,190 students graduated from Cavendish University in Uganda yesterday.  Amongst them, 500...