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After reports of alleged violations and abuses of human rights committed by both parties to the conflict in South Sudan, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights is deploying a 10-member mission to the country to assess the situation.
Christian Aid has welcomed the signing of the South Sudan Compromise Peace Agreement and called on all parties involved to observe the Cessation of Hostilities.
Rowan Williams and the Bishop of Torit, Bishop Emeritus Paride Taban, have led a day of discussions on achieving sustainable peace and unity in South Sudan.
Months of politically motivated violence in South Sudan has left thousands dead and caused a “man-made… catastrophe”, says the UN Security Council.
Donors attending today's Geneva pledging conference for South Sudan should address a massive funding shortfall ofmore than $1.1 billion, say humanitarian agencies.
Increased fighting in South Sudan’s Unity State has forced a Christian Aid partner in the area to stop temporarily giving aid to those in desperate need.
The UN has expressed grave concern over the security and humanitarian situation in South Sudan and called for an end to the harrassment of humanitarian personnel.
Recent outbreaks of fighting in South Sudan have left 300,000 people needing urgent assistance and forced up to 100,000 from their homes, says Christian Aid
A peace initiative from the Episcopal Church comes amid a conflict in South Sudan which has devastated communities since 2011.
Only a lasting peace settlement in South Sudan can create the conditions for food security and development, says a leading NGO.
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