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#Water: A fool won’t even find water in the Nile!
The Niles in South Sudan and Sudan met fishermen who deal carefully with the water that nourishes them and business people who exploit the resource without restraint. They report on conflicts around water but also on exemplary projects where water is shared peacefully. In short, the fool is still swimming, but for how long?
A child soldier being handed over to the South Sudan DDR Commission, represented by Andrew Oluko Holt on March 27, 2015. (photo: UNMISS | Isaac Billy) A child soldier being handed over to the South Sudan DDR Commission, represented by Andrew Oluko Holt on March 27, 2015. (photo: UNMISS | Isaac Billy) A child soldier being handed over to the South Sudan DDR Commission, represented by Andrew Oluko Holt on March 27, 2015. (photo: UNMISS | Isaac Billy)

South Sudanese children: “We are not soldiers”

Akim Mugisa
Children in South Sudan have expressed their anger that they face abuse and struggle to access education, especially girls who are often forced to marry underage.
24.06.2016
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German Ambassador Johannes Lehne (left) and the JMEC Chairman, Festus Mogae signing the Funding Agreement in Juba, June 23, 2016.                        (photo: The Niles | Akim Mugisa) German Ambassador Johannes Lehne (left) and the JMEC Chairman, Festus Mogae signing the Funding Agreement in Juba, June 23, 2016.                        (photo: The Niles | Akim Mugisa) German Ambassador Johannes Lehne (left) and the JMEC Chairman, Festus Mogae signing the Funding Agreement in Juba, June 23, 2016.                        (photo: The Niles | Akim Mugisa)

JMEC receives additional funds from Germany

Akim Mugisa
The German government pledges one million Euro to the Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission (JMEC) supporting the implementation of the peace agreement in South Sudan.
23.06.2016
South Sudan authorities burnt five tonnes of ivory in Juba on June 9, 2016.			 (photo: The Niles | Davis Mugume)
South Sudan authorities burnt five tonnes of ivory in Juba on June 9, 2016.			 (photo: The Niles | Davis Mugume)
South Sudan authorities burnt five tonnes of ivory in Juba on June 9, 2016.			 (photo: The Niles | Davis Mugume)

Wildlife officers seize Asia-bound ivory

Charlton Doki
South Sudanese wildlife officials seized more than a tonne of Asia-bound ivory at Juba International Airport last week.
23.06.2016
Lecturers during a meeting at the University of Juba, discussing their strike on June 6, 2016. (photo: The Niles | Davis Mugume) Lecturers during a meeting at the University of Juba, discussing their strike on June 6, 2016. (photo: The Niles | Davis Mugume) Lecturers during a meeting at the University of Juba, discussing their strike on June 6, 2016. (photo: The Niles | Davis Mugume)

Despite talks with the government, lecturers continue strike

Waakhe Simon and Davis Mugume
Talks between the government and lecturers of South Sudan’s public universities haven’t led to a deal to end a strike over delayed payments of salaries and benefits yet.
22.06.2016

Malaria cases spike in Morobo

Christine Anzio
South Sudan’s rainy season gains momentum, increasing the number of malaria infections across Morobo County.
22.06.2016

“We need to invest in agriculture to save this country”

Agnes Nuka
The Commissioner of South Sudan’s Morobo County, Jacob Toti, wants to invest in and boost agricultural production to save people and the country.
22.06.2016
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