Displaced for decades, disabled South Sudanese man finally reunites with family
Alone for thirty years, Zaki finally returns home to his loved ones – most of whom believed him to be dead
Humanitarian aid should be amped up for South Sudanese refugees in DRC
UNHCR's Regional Refugee Coordinator for South Sudan calls for heightened support for South Sudanese refugees in DRC as they live in hardship
Senior UNHCR Officials meet with US Ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley
Officials discuss political and humanitarian dimensions of the South Sudan crisis; appeal for support to end the conflict
Continued instability likely to force more South Sudanese to seek safety elsewhere
Projected influx would swell the ranks of the two million South Sudanese already in exile in the region - bringing the total number of refugees closer the three million mark.
Unburdened: I am the four million, I am the 80 per cent
One woman's story points to the imperative of a nexus between urgent humanitarian and development interventions and strong political will to create peace and dignity for South Sudan's displaced millions.
South Sudan: Enough is Enough
Conflict in South Sudan has raged for nearly four years, with a staggering number of displaced and shattered lives.
The plight of South Sudanese refugee children--reflections of the Regional Refugee Coordinator
"The lost generation created by the South Sudan situation is of great concern. Depriving these children of proper education destroys their hopes and dreams, and does irreparable damage to the future prospect of lasting peace and development in the world's youngest country." -- Arnauld Akodjenou