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As if extreme poverty and the humanitarian crisis from the armed conflict were not enough, severe flooding has affected hundreds of thousands of South Sudanese people since the onset of the rainy season. “Things are very difficult,” says Moses Makol Riak, whose family was displaced by flooding.
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To make a difference in the lives of youth, government funding and multi-sectoral action are required to implement the nation’s commitments to sexual and reproductive health, said First Vice President, Riek Machar at a high-level meeting on commitments made by South Sudan at the Nairobi Summit on ICPD.
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Juba, South Sudan – It was a hot summer day with temperature peaking at 38 degrees Celsius. Sweat trickling down his face, Malish John Clement was determined to complete his task for the day – to visit as many household...

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