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South Sudan: SPLM/SPLA(IO) Position to Enable the Formation of the Revitalized Government of National Unity (R-TGONU) at the End of the Extension of the Hundred Days (14.01.2020)

South Sudan Human Rights Commission (SSHRC): Press Statement (14.01.2020)

South Sudan: Rome Declaration on the Peace Process in the South Sudan (12.01.2020)

South Sudan: IGAD – Subject: Submission of Position Paper for the Upcoming Consultation Meeting of the Parties to the R-ARCSS (09.01.2020)

South Sudan: First Vice President Taban Deng Gai regrets U.S. Treasury Allegations of Human Rights Violation and Reiterates Determination of Peace (09.01.2020)

South Sudan: Ajang Malual Kon – Public Declaration – ‘Joining SPLA/M-IO’ (02.01.2020)

Cattle keepers in Wau benefit from free veterinary camp provided by UNMISS peacekeepers (28.12.2019)

In South Sudan, the death of a cow or a goat is a big loss, as cattle are important assets.

JUBA, South Sudan, December 28, 2019 – Since her childhood days in Majok, Martha Agew’s life has relied heavily on rearing livestock. Ms. Agew was one of may beneficiaries as Bangladeshi peacekeepers serving with the United Nations Mission in South Sudan provided cattle keepers in her area with free veterinary services.

“I am a 65-year-old cattle keeper who has been owning more than 500 cows in Achol-Majok in Wau town, but due to an acute shortage of medications I have lost about 30 cows and two goats in recent years, she says, adding that she was aware of plenty of over livestock in frail health.

 “If one of our animals was sick, it was either slaughtered or left to die because there was no availability of veterinary services around here. This led to a decline in our livestock production and limited marketing opportunities. But now, thanks to the peacekeepers who offered us free veterinary services we can become more self-sufficient.”

During the veterinary campaign, Joseph Richard Ambuka, Director General of the Ministry of Agriculture and Animal Health in Wau, appealed to the peacekeeping mission to extend its services to other areas outside Wau town.

In South Sudan, the death of a cow or a goat is a big loss, as cattle are important assets. They are not only used as a source of food and to generate income, but also as dowry for marriages and as signs of wealth and power.

South Sudan: SPLM/A-(IO) – Dr. Riek Machar – Christmas 2019 and New Years Message (24.12.2019)

South Sudan Woman’s Coalition: Statement on the Status of the implementation of the R-ARCSS and the Unfolding Emergency in the aftermath of the Flooding in South Sudan (20.12.2019)

South Sudan: Statement of the Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General David Shearer Briefing to the Security Council on South Sudan (18.12.2019)

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