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Changing Lives Through Farming

Natale Zingisi,47, is a farmer in Ngindo Boma, Yambio County of South Sudan.  He owns 15 fedans (one fedan is equivalent to 1. 038 acres) where he plants maize both for sale and home consumption. When conflict broke out in the country, many people were displaced as their homes were burnt down. Others fled to neighboring […]

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Cultural Gala; a Unifying Factor

AAH South Sudan through its Capacity Building for Post Conflict Reintegration (CAPOR) project has been implementing a peace-building initiative aimed at supporting peaceful coexistence and reintegration among communities in South Sudan using both main stream and alternative forms of media. Recently, the project organised a classic fest at the Yei Freedom Square, under the theme […]

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The Fight against Child Abuse

What turmoil goes through a child’s mind when they wake up in the morning only to find their only hope gone? How do they face an uncertain and ruthless world without the guiding hand of the only person they have known from birth – their mother? And how much worse does it get when that […]

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Financial Inclusion for Refugees

At least 65.3 million people around the world have been forcibly displaced from their homes as a result of natural disasters, persecution, conflict, generalized violence, or human rights violations. According to data from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), 21.3 million of these displaced people are refugees, 29% of them hosted in Africa. […]