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Prior to gaining independence as South Sudan in 2011, it was estimated that there were about 4,000 to 5,500 kilometres of main roads, of which only 50 kilometres were tarmacked. There were also about 7,500 kilometres of secondary roads that were also untarmacked and in various conditions of ruin. the picture is the challenge encountered by the...

Source of Funding: European Union (EU) Implementing partners: RDAA, OHCHR /UNMISS and UNOPS. As the world’s youngest country, South Sudan faces massive challenges. Since its inception, severe underdevelopment, recurring conflict, food insecurity, corruption, and poverty have crippled the country. In addition to these challenges, aspects of South Sudanese society enable an environment in which women and girls are generally viewed as commodities. The conflict has taken a heavy toll on civilians, especially women, who have...

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...