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)
2015 UN Bulletin UN at 70 Edition October 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
2016 UN Bulletin January Issue
United Nations in South Sudan Bulletin - February 2016

In this issue

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  • 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
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 - 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