Editorial

RESOLVING ISSUE OF GERD IS A WIN-WIN SOLUTION FOR ALL.

Topical Commentary By Gilo Jr. Okwata I had a sense of relieve on Saturday when the President  of Arab Republic of  Egypt, Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi told the media that the two countries, Ethiopia and Egypt are reviewing the development of Grand Renaissance Dam and that the current negotiation is aimed...
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Trinity moves will ease fuel burden on New Year eve

As the Christmas season nears to its climax, many issues will come creeping and crawling to the doorsteps of family members, single people and new brides and grooms. Students from abroad will travel home to native country to escape the boarding schools or hostels’ prison. Many would want to travel...
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South Sudan and Egyptian bilateral relationship

Anna Nimiriano Editor in Chief Juba Monitor On Saturday 28th November, 2020 Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi visited South Sudan to improve bilateral relationship between the two countries. According to the statement issued to the press thereafter, President Sisi promised to support South Sudan in the field of Health, Education...
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DOCTORS-Ethiopian scholarship attract 96

 By Bullen Bala Alexander About ninety six South Sudanese postgraduate doctors attended Ethiopian Resident Scholarship entrance examination at Juba Teaching Hospital. The entrance examination was set by the Ethiopian professors and senior consultants as a qualification for the postgraduate South Sudanese doctors who applied for Ethiopian Resident program. Speaking during...
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Media Authority validates journalism codes of conduct

By James Atem Kuir The media regulatory body, Media Authority has validated a number of codes of conduct for the practice of journalism in the country. The workshop organized by the media governing body together with Community Empowerment for Progress Organization (CEPO) with support from the United Nations Education, Scientific...
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Delegations returns from Khartoum

By John Agok The High level delegations led by the Vice President for service cluster yesterday touched down Juba International Airport (JIA) after completing officials visit from Khartoum, Sudan. Hussein Abadelbagi Akol Ayii has been leading South Sudanese delegations in a bid to participate in Sudan peace celebration in Khartoum...
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Doctors decry shortage of midwives in Rumbek hospital

By Mabor Riak Magok Doctors in Rumbek Hospital Lakes State have decry shortage of mid-wives saying it is making their work difficult. Speaking to Juba Monitor, Peter Dongrin Meen the midwife expert Doctor in Rumbek hospital said there is only one mid-wife from an agency serving in the hospital. Dongrin expressed...
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Kapoeta Mission Hospital postponed fistula operation

By Awas Lobono Dominic The administration of Kapoeta Mission Hospital says the operation of the patients with fistula cases has been postponed to early next year. Midwife at Kapoeta Mission Hospital said more than twenty patients suffering from fistula in Kapoeta were mobilized since last month to get ready for...
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Activist calls for women’s advocacy

By Hassan Arun An Activist in Yei River County has called for women supports at all levels of government in the country. Mundele Henry who works for Centre for democracy and development (CEDED) revealed the call to Juba Monitor in an interview, during the opening of a two days women...
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Refugees trained on corporate governance

By Gaaniko Samson Jerry Sixteen refugee’s leaders in Uganda refugee camp have been trained on corporate governance by local Community Based Organization (CBO). The three days training on corporate governance has been organized by youth, social Advocacy team (YSAT) and Network of South Sudan civil society organisation in Uganda (NOSSCOU)...
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