Today’s African proverb: One termite pounded in the mortar does not produce fat. A Zande proverb sent by François Dakahudyno, Kinshasa, DR Congo, and Christopher Sarawa, Yambio, South Sudan. How do you interpret this proverb? Illustration by George Wafula ✏️
Another 68 children were successfully released from armed groups in Yambio#SouthSudan in a coordinated effort by , & the national Disarmament, Demobilization & Reintegration commission. ➡️ #ChildrenNotSoldiers #PeacekeepingWorks
📸 A farmer in Yambio, #SouthSudan receives cash for the grains he sold to WFP under a 'buy local' scheme supported by . This project aims to stimulate food production by providing smallholder farmers with a ready market.
Farmers in Yambio, #SouthSudan receive payment for maize supplied to WFP. With support from , WFP buys grains from smallholder farmers in , to be used in its home-grown school meals. 🌽📚
. serving with demonstrate their dedication & commitment every day while working for peace & development. Ms. Saakadze from serves as a #Georgiair Operations Assistant'>Volunteer #Georgiair Operations Assistant in Yambio, . #SouthSudan #GlobalGoals #WPS
SRSG Gamba was in Yambio, South Sudan, today to meet with #children recently released, #child protection & political actors & NGOs. She advocated for the release of all children and called for long-term and sustainable reintegration support #childrenNotSoldiersNotSoldiers
I remember that moment of confusion, but also a moment that begins the possibility of a life, a future away from #war #violence . YAMBIO, #SouthSudan , 18 April 2018 More than 200 #children were released from armed groups by #Childsoldiers #ChildrenNotSoldiers
Such an inspiration! Helen has vaccinated children for nearly 40 years in Yambio, South Sudan. She walks for 2 hours every day to get to work. “Every time I give a child an injection, I feel happy, because I know it will help keep them alive.” 📷 #VaccinesWork