UNHCR warns of dire impact from floods in South Sudan as new wet season looms
South Sudanese battle record floods amid rapidly changing climate
Help is urgently needed ahead of the rainy season for the most vulnerable among 835,000 people hit by flooding in the world's youngest nation.
UNHCR and partners seek US$1.2 billion to address Africa's largest refugee crisis
UNHCR calls for renewed commitment to South Sudan's peace, development, and future
UNHCR wins €1m prize for novel water tech in refugee camps
Affordable high-tech system allowing real-time monitoring of water provision and use in refugee settlements claims prestigious European Commission innovation prize.
As South Sudan turns nine, its people remain committed to peace
Despite fears of an uncertain future, citizens of the world's youngest nation cling to the hope of a peaceful South Sudan.
UNHCR calls on South Sudan leaders to reinvigorate peace efforts on 9th anniversary of independence
UN Refugee Chief welcomes South Sudan's government of national unity
Suicides on the rise among South Sudanese refugees in Uganda
Mental health initiatives offer space for refugees and people where they live to overcome pain and isolation – and prevent more deaths.