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Indians donate books to Malakal University

The Indian troops recently donated forty textbooks to the Upper Nile University in Malakal, after the university suffered losses in clashes early this year.

DDR begins reintegrating ex-combatants

Sudan's Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration (DDR) programme marked a milestone on 24 March in Ed Damazin, Blue Nile State, when it began reintegrating ex-combatants into civilian life.

Wau Celebrates Women Day

Hundreds of women celebrated International Women’s Day in a delayed ceremony in Wau on 18 March (the Day is normally celebrated on 8 March).

Workshop on vulnerable prisoners held in El Obeid

In an effort to highlight the vulnerabilities of certain prisoners, UNMIS Rule of Law section held a special workshop on their treatment from 24 to 25 February in El Obeid, Northern Kordofan State.

Polio campaign launched in Wau

Governor of Western Bahr El Ghazal State Gen. Mark Nypouch placed two drops of liquid in a child’s mouth as he launched the third polio immunization campaign in Wau on 24 March.

Pakistanis assisting with DDR

The UNMIS Pakistani Contingent has been labouring behind the scenes to help make ongoing Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration (DDR) a success in Ed Damazine, Blue Nile State.

Juba storm kills five, injures 22 others

A heavy thunder storm in the Lologo area of Juba, Southern Sudan, killed about five people and injured 22 others, two critically, on 9 March.

Nairobi meeting urges “green” approach to peacekeeping and aid

Military and civilian aid experts at a recent UN-backed meeting in Nairobi emphasized the need for peacekeepers and aid agencies to take a “green” approach in their work to protect the environment and the long-term livelihoods of communities affected by conflict.

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