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5 August 2022
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Celebrating Hayat an Obstetric Fistula Heroine in Juba

Celebrating Hayat an Obstetric Fistula Heroine in Juba

uba-Soft-spoken, compassionate, and cheerful. Hayat Peter is one of the nurses who is contributing to ending obstetric fistula in Juba/South Sudan. A... Read more

28 July 2022
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The Role of Midwives in Humanitarian Setting.

The Role of Midwives in Humanitarian Setting.

In South Sudan, several women and children bear the substantial burden and impact of conflict and instability across the country. There is a... Read more

26 July 2022
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South Sudan in the World of 8 Billion: Towards a Resilient Future for All

South Sudan in the World of 8 Billion: Towards a Resilient Future for All

On the 26th of July 2022, UNFPA South Sudan in partnership with the Government of South Sudan and the support of several donors including USAID, the... Read more

12 July 2022
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Sports as a vehicle for gender equality in South Sudan

Sports as a vehicle for gender equality in South Sudan

In recent years, sport has demonstrated its enormous capacity to propel women and girls’ empowerment. It mobilizes the global community and speaks to... Read more

5 July 2022
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Persons with Disabilities during the training

Empowering disabled young people with skills in sanitary towel production

The UNFPA Disability Inclusion Strategy puts persons with disabilities at the center of everything the organization does. Disability inclusion means... Read more

4 May 2022
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Kulang Sports Tournament

Kulang Foundation Girls Football Tournament towards ending child marriage

Sport has the power to change the world. It is a powerful tool to strengthen social ties, promote sustainable development and peace. Sport fosters... Read more

30 March 2022
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7 myths about unintended pregnancy debunked

Half. That is the alarmingly high proportion of pregnancies that girls and women do not deliberately choose. The neglected crisis of unintended... Read more

20 March 2022
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Displaced women in South Sudan endure difficult circumstances to keep their families together

For nearly a decade now, Nyachar and her family have had to live a nomadic life, moving from place to place due to conflict and natural disasters.

7 March 2022
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Women and girls pay a heavy price during conflicts and emergencies

More than 1.7 million people, mostly women and children, have now fled from their homes in Ukraine to neighbouring countries. For them, displacement... Read more

16 February 2022
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A group of women awaiting healthcare services in South Sudan

Sustainable financing is key to ensuring the health and rights of women and girls in South Sudan

With more than two-thirds (73.7 per cent) of the country’s 13.2 million people below 30 years, South Sudan needs to surmount some significant... Read more

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