Juba– the World Health Organization (WHO) and the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) today handed over 160 oxygen concentrators to South Sudan’s Ministry of Health to support the country’s in their response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The 160 oxygen … Read more
The Unified Council of Churches in Renk town of South Sudan’s Upper Nile State has urged authorities to allow church activities to resume.
The call comes months after the South Sudan government banned all gatherings in places of worship to … Read more
Assessments and Surveys
After finalizing facility infrastructure service mapping through Village Assessment Survey (VAS) in Wau, Bor South and Rubkona Counties, DTM expanded VAS activities to Aweil Centre, Magwi, Torit and Malakal Counties. The aim of the activity was to … Read more
Infection rates for COVID-19 continued to increase throughout May. This followed the lifting of government restrictions and the dissolution and reconstitution of the national body responsible for managing the pandemic.
Against the backdrop of continued delays to the … Read more
16 youth group members have been arrested after a brawl in Lakes State over leadership positions left a person dead and 10 others injured on Sunday, a local official said.
The incident, which involved members of Awerial Youth Union (AYU), … Read more