S. Sudan to set up more screening points for coronavirus

Mar 27, 2020 · However, it stressed that these individuals must produce proof of quarantine for 14 days at origin prior to travel to South Sudan. It also says the visitors will be subjected to a further mandatory of 14 days quarantine in South Sudan in a designated accommodation facility.

Tuesday’s Daily Brief:Eye health, UN’s financial crisis

Oct 08, 2019 · Tuesday’s top stories:Global need for eye care is set to increase ‘dramatically’; work and reforms of the UN ‘at risk’; progress on Mali security; South Sudan peace accord anniversary; Rights chief Bachelet urges rollback on Australia migration policies; and an interview with Maha Mamo, living proof of why statelessness needs to end worldwide.

South Sudan:The Untold Story from Independence to Civil

‘From the West, we observe countries of civil war, famine, and institutional degradation with a bewildered, hopeless eye. Hilde Johnson takes us inside one of the world's sketchiest countries. South Sudan. It's challenges, collapses, proxy interventions, and the courage of its hope.

Why Lou-Nuer chiefs seek peace with neighbouring Murle

According reports in 2011, domestic organisations estimated over 5000 killed as a result of violent ethnic conflicts in the former Jonglei by the time South Sudan gained independence. The most deadly one was in 2009 when 750 lost their lives during a week-long counter-attack between the Lou-Nuer and the Murle.

The Old Guard Are Killing the World’s Youngest Country

Jun 14, 2019 · The Old Guard Are Killing the World’s Youngest Country South Sudan was born amid great hope but has since descended into war. It will take a

Bound by oil:How petroleum is bringing Sudan and South

Oct 26, 2019 · “The oil production shutdown in South Sudan almost provoked an all-out war with Sudan in 2012,” James Okuk, a South Sudanese diplomat and lecturer at Juba University, told Middle East Eye.

Top 10 books about Sudan Books The Guardian

May 15, 2019 · Co-written with the film-maker and journalist Julie Flint, who has also spent a lot of time in Sudan, it takes in history, ethnicity, politics and climate change. 7. Bakhita by Veronique Olmi

WHO South Sudan

South Sudan. The Republic of South Sudan has been an independent nation since July 2011, following a protracted civil war which severely affected the country’s health system and infrastructure. South Sudan faces a severe shortage of all categories of trained HRH professionals, including physicians (1 per 65,574 population) and midwives (1 per

Prevalence of trachoma within refugee camps serving South

Author summary Ministries of health in multiple countries have made progress in reducing the prevalence of trachoma, the leading cause of infectious blindness. With the increase in displaced populations throughout the world, the work of these national programs could be put at risk as formerly endemic or non-endemic districts now host large numbers of refugees from trachoma endemic regions. To

Sudan:Country Report - Refworld

7 Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), World Factbook Sudan, last updated 6 August 2015, Government 8 Sudan,Armed Forces Act 2007 [Sudan], 5 December 2007 9 U.S. Department of State,Country Report on Human Rights Practices 2014 - Sudan, 25 June 2015, Section 3 U.S. Department of State,Country Report on Human Rights Practices 2014 - Sudan, 25 June

Tribute to Comrade Edward Lino Wuor Abyei, One of the

Apr 19, 2020 · By Atem Yaak Atem, Sydney, Australia. Sunday, 19 April 2020 (PW) — The news of the passing of Edward Abyei Lino Wuor Abyei has shocked his loved ones, colleagues, friends and many people who knew him at a personal level. I am deeply saddened by this great loss. He was to me, as he was to many, a trusted friend and a comrade, who did several acts of kindness, which he offered to

Sudan desert sheep:Their origin, ecology and production

Mohamed E. Mufarrih. The author is Under-Secretary, Ministry of Animal Resources, PO Box 293, Khartoum, the Sudan. This article traces the obscure origin of the Sudan Desert sheep, a valuable meat and milk producer which has been owned for centuries by nomadic Arab tribes in northern Sudan.


OIl pRODuCtIOn In sOuth suDAn:MAkIng It A bEnEfIt fOR All ExECutIvE suMMARY EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Oil production is the key factor in the development of South Sudan, since July 2011 the world’s newest independent country. Yet in the past, oil production was linked with serious human rights abuses, such as forced displacement

Extraordinary Photos:The Essence Of The Dinka Tribe In Sudan

Photographers Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher spent over 30 years taking photos of ceremonies, rituals and the daily life of African tribal peoples. These extraordinary images tell the story of the Dinka tribe in Sudan. The Dinka people vary their lifestyle by season – in the rainy season they live in permanent savannah settlements and raise

African art visual arts Britannica

African art, the visual arts of native Africa, particularly sub-Saharan Africa, including such media as sculpture, painting, pottery, rock art, textiles, masks, personal decoration, and jewelry.. For more general explorations of media, see individual media articles (e.g., painting, sculpture, pottery, and textile).For a discussion of the characteristics, functions, and forms of masks, see mask.

Donations MemorialCare

MemorialCare currently has the supplies it needs to care for patients and protect our staff. However, recognizing that the public wants to help, we are asking individuals and local businesses for materials donations of the items listed below, which are being rapidly used.

Understanding the Stigma of Leprosy - Welcome to South

Definition of stigma. The commonly used definition of stigma is “the attribute that is deeply discrediting” and “that reduces the bearer from a whole and usual person to a tainted, discounted one” 6. Another definition states that stigma is “a social process that exists when elements of labelling, stereotyping, separation, status loss and discrimination occur in a power situation