United Nations in South Sudan Bulletin - May 2016

In this issue

2016UN Bulletin May

  • South Sudan participants bring World Humanitarian Summit commitments home
  • Remembering fallen heroes: UNMISS pays tribute to peacekeepers
  • UNDP Associate Administrator Tegegnework Gettu visits South Sudan
  • UNHCR and FAO help vulnerable communities strengthen their food security
  • Italy, UNOPS donate vehicles to Doctors With Africa CUAMM
  • UNMAS ensures access to water and sanitation for all
  • How to remain human in the face of extreme suffering—A UN volunteer’s story
  • IOM, partners conduct vaccination campaigns to combat measles in South Sudan
United Nations in South Sudan Bulletin - March 2016

In this issue

  • UN Women advocates for women in leadership and end to child marriage
  • UNEP conducts a workshop in preparation of National Biodiversity Strategy and Action
  • WHO, UNFPA and MOH initiate the process for establishing Maternal Death Surveillance and Response (MDSR)
  • UNESCO, UNICEF, UNEP and ILO commemorate World Water Day
  • Spotlighting volunteers in South Sudan
  • IOM Promotes TB testing and treatment at the Bentiu PoC Site
  • UNDP presents its country programme to support early recovery and stabilization in South Sudan
  • The UNMISS World Flavours: Celebrating cultural diversity
  • UNESCO promotes radio listener clubs for Communicating with Communities
  • FAO brings fuel-efficient cooking to communities in South Sudan
United Nations in South Sudan Bulletin - February 2016

In this issue

2016UN Bulletin February thumb

 

  • UN Secretary General visits South Sudan
  • South Sudan National Human Development Report 2015 released
  • UNESCO welcomes the establishment of an autonomous South Sudan Media Authority
  • IOM responds to humanitarian needs after fighting erupts in Malakal PoC Site
  • Assistant Secretary-General Kang visits Malakal
  • UNIDO conducts a validation meeting with stakeholders
  • WHO and MoH conduct mass drug administration against River Blindness
2016 UN Bulletin January Issue
2015 UN in South Sudan News Bulletin September Issue

IN THIS IsSUE...

  • UNHCR relocates vulnerable refugees to Lasu settlement for better protection
  • FAO opens the re-established central cold chain for livestock vaccines
  • IOM and partners help improve conditions for recent arrivals at the Malakal PoC site
  • UNMAS frees Raja from unexploded ordnance threats
  • UNESCO advocates for safety of journalists and freedom of expression through training of South Sudan security personnel
  • UNMISS Police Commissioner visits police posts in Juba
  • UNFPA deploys national UNV midwives to help reduce maternal mortality in South Sudan
  • Launch of the UNICEF and WFP Joint Nutrition Response Plan for South Sudan
2015 UN Bulletin UN at 70 Edition October Issue
2015 UN Bulletin November - December Issue

In this issue:

  • UNICEF hands over school
  • UNESCO scales up women literacy
  • FAO and the Government of South Sudan triple capacity of livestock cold chain
  • IOM opens a new clinic in Malakal POC site
  • US Ambassador visits Ajuong Thok camp with UNHCR as flow of Nuba refugees continues
  • South Sudan launches master plan for Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs)