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On Thursday 14th January 2021, RDAA launched a food security and livelihood project which is to be implemented for 3 years (2021 – 2023) in the counties of Ibba, Maridi and Mvolo. The project is funded by World Food Program (WFP) and is entitled; “Food Assistance for Asset” in Mvolo, Maridi and Ibba Counties of Western Equatoria State.  It targets 10,656...

Cash for Asset (CFA) Program funded by WFP Crop production in Amaki Boma of Maridi County has always been carried out on small scale by local farmers due to several factors such as lack of agronomical skills and appropriate farm implements. Food security, as defined by the United Nations’ Committee on World Food Security, means that all people, at all times, have...

Decades of civil war prevented households in South Sudan from undertaking long-term farming activities because they feared the risks involved in insecurity. Therefore in most parts of Western Equatoria people find themselves in a continuous mode of survival, and will need humanitarian assistance for some time to come. Further factors undermining food production include a lack of appropriate storage and...

Over the last one month, torrential rains have led to further rising flood levels in various places in the counties of Maridi and Ibba in Western Equatoria state of South Sudan. The flooding compounds an already fragile humanitarian situation due to the increasing levels of destruction caused by floods across the country, and the impact of COVID-19. This worsened the...