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People are dying in violent clashes in a remote part of South Sudan. We're flying 9 survivors from Rumbek to Juba for surgery. Many have lost their homes and all their belongings. They were already struggling to survive, now it will be close to impossible.

Today’s African proverb: A child who has no mother will not have scars to show on his back. A Nigerian proverb sent by Manguak Majuong, Rumbek, South Sudan. How do you interpret this proverb?

Displaced #women  in SS South Sudan sowing seeds of peace w/ @unmissmedia  They were given ox ploughs as part of a resettlement campaign in the Rumbek N., a region greatly affected by conflict, displacement & food insecurity #SilencingtheGuns  Read more: 🔗

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300 ox ploughs for farming have been given to women returnees in Rumbek North, South Sudan. The move is part of a campaign to resettle people following inter-communal clashes last year, according to @unmissmedia .

Women returnees in Rumbek North, South Sudan, have been given ox ploughs so they can expand food production. The move is part of a campaign to resettle people in the area following inter-communal clashes last year, according to @unmissmedia .

Ploughing for Peace and Food Security: United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) embarks on resettling returnees in Rumbek North area (By Tonny Muwangala) @unmissmedia  #Africa  #SouthSudan  #Food  #Agriculture 

Talent is everywhere. Strength is everywhere. Determination is everywhere. ⚽ skills from patients at our clinic in Rumbek, South Sudan.

Talent can be found everywhere. Strength can be found everywhere. Determination can be found everywhere. Opportunity can't. ⚽ skills from patients at our clinic in Rumbek, South Sudan. #MondayMotivation 

Determination is everywhere; opportunity is not. ⚽ skills from patients at our clinic in Rumbek, South Sudan.

Talent is everywhere. Strength is everywhere. Determination is everywhere. Opportunity is not. ⚽ skills from patients at our clinic in Rumbek, South Sudan. #WednesdayMotivation 

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Today’s African#proverb : Treat a guest as a guest for two days, on the third day give him a hoe. A Swahili proverb sent by Notorious Chabiet, Rumbek, South Sudan. How do you interpret this proverb? Illustration by George Wafula ✏️

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Ready, set, takeoff! ? Every day, more than 100 humanitarians and 11 metric tons of cargo arrive, depart or pass through Rumbek, South Sudan. More on ' lifesaving work:

The owner of the bag knows what is inside. A Dinka #proverb  sent by Martin Manyiel Wugol in Rumbek, South Sudan

The hand that dips into the bottom of the pot eats the biggest snail. A Nigerian #proverb  sent by Martin Manyiel Wugol, Rumbek, South Sudan

Today’s African#proverb : The right time to slap a king is when a fly sits on his cheek. Sent by Machar Malek, Rumbek, South Sudan

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