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The women group Ribe Ya Teko, or “Coming together is strength”, makes pads in Mogas, June 2016. (photo: The Niles | Martha Agama)
The women group Ribe Ya Teko, or “Coming together is strength”, makes pads in Mogas, June 2016. (photo: The Niles | Martha Agama)
The women group Ribe Ya Teko, or “Coming together is strength”, makes pads in Mogas, June 2016. (photo: The Niles | Martha Agama)

Keeping girls in school thanks to home-made sanitary pads

Martha Agama
A group of women in South Sudan’s Eastern Equatoria region produces Reusable Menstrual Pads (RUMPs), promoting girls’ education and improving hygiene.
29.06.2021

“Cruise Liners for Honeymoons”

Charlton Doki
South Sudan’s former Wildlife Conservation and Tourism Minister Gabriel Changson Chang talks about why visitors and investors should come to South Sudan, despite external perceptions that his country is unsafe.
27.03.2021

Potholes are the pits

Simon Bingo
Juba’s residents have serious concerns about the deteriorating condition of the Juba-Nimule road, blighted by potholes.
27.03.2021

Barkal Pyramids: Landmark of Sudan’s glorious past

Samia Ibrahim
The Jebel Barkal Pyramids have been neglected for long, but visitors to the ancient site can feel its magnificence and historical importance.
27.03.2021