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  • USAID and BRAC Launched A Reach Out-Of-School Children Project

    USAID and BRAC Launched A Reach Out-Of-School Children Project

    USAID launched a new project to provide quality basic education to children in South Sudan who are currently not attending school. Implemented by BRAC International, this new project will establish 350 community schools in Eastern Equatoria, Western Equatoria, Central Equatoria and Lakes states over 3 years, provide access to basic education to 10,500 out-of-school children and train and support 350 community teachers. “The children of today are the potential leaders of this country tomorrow. The United States is proud to stand with you in ensuring that these children achieve that potential to lead this country tomorrow,” said U.S. Chargé d'Affaires Ambassador Charles Twining.

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  • Chargé D’Affaires Amb. Charles H.Twining at the launch of $14 million WASH project

    Chargé D’Affaires Amb. Charles H.Twining at the launch of $14 million WASH project

    U.S. Chargé D’Affaires to South Sudan, Ambassador Charles Twining was joined by USAID Deputy Mission Director, Alfreda Brewer and UNICEF’s at the launch of the USAID/UNICEF $ 14 million Water, Sanitation and Hygiene & Gender Based Violence project at Juba One Girls Basic School on Wed, Nov. 25, 2014.

  • Happy 239th Marine Corps Birthday Ball

    Happy 239th Marine Corps Birthday Ball

    The U.S Embassy Juba celebrated 239 years of the U.S. Marine Corps at the Crown Hotel on Saturday 8th, 2014. We celebrated the more than two centuries of courageous service.

  • President Obama's town hall with Young African leaders.

    President Obama's town hall with Young African leaders.

    Official Transcript of President Obama's town hall with Young African leaders.

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  • South Sudan YALI Participants

    South Sudan YALI Participants

    Our 2 South Sudan YALI participants, Ms. Paleki Ayang from South Sudan Women Empowerment Network (SSWEN) and Ladu Lemi, Teaching Assistant at the University of Juba.


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    The European Union Delegation, the Heads of Mission of Denmark, France, Germany, Spain, The Netherlands, Sweden, The United Kingdom and the Heads of Mission of Canada, Norway, Switzerland and the United States of America issue the following statement in South Sudan 

  • Paleki Ayang: YALI Reflections and New Beginnings

    When I received that email from the Washington Fellow officer informing me that I was selected for the YALI Program and will be at the Goldman School of Public Policy (GSPP), University of California – Berkeley, immediately I ‘googled’ the institution in an attempt to get a picture of where I will be attached for six weeks.  

  • Press Statement: South Sudanese Rebels Attack the Northern Town of Nasir

    The United States condemns the South Sudanese opposition forces’ ground attack on the positions of the South Sudanese army (SPLA) in Nasir. 

  • USAID - South Sudan Success Story: Conference Sets Stage for Peaceful Migration

    July 2014 – The annual migration of Sudanese pastoralists into South Sudan for access to grazing lands is a persistent source of tension along the Sudan-South Sudan border. 

  • USAID-South Sudan Success Stories: Peace Market Links Dinka and Nuer Communities

    July 2014 – The border between Lakes and Unity states has long been a center of conflict between Dinka and Nuer communities that threatened to destabilize South Sudan.  

  • Statement by President Obama on the Occasion of Ramadan, 2014

    On behalf of the American people, Michelle and I extend our best wishes to Muslim communities here in the United States and around the world on the beginning of the blessed month of Ramadan. 

  • Trafficking in Persons Report 2014

    Whether it is a young girl trapped in a brothel or a woman enslaved as a domestic worker or a boy forced to sell himself on the street or a man abused on a fishing boat, the victims of these crimes all have names, all had families. And they each have been robbed of the right to lead their lives the way that they might choose to for themselves. All of us in this room are really all too aware that there’s perhaps no greater threat to human dignity and no greater assault on basic freedom than the evil of human trafficking. Remarks by Sec. Kerry at the release of the 2014 Trafficking in Persons Report. 

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