The South Sudan government, aid agencies, and donors need to work together to urgently put an end to this deepening crisis.
The crisis in Sudan has accelerated. No more time can be wasted as hundreds of thousands more potential returnees wait in the wings.
Action must be taken to save the lives of those exposed, stranded, and at immediate risk in Renk as South Sudanese returnees flee fighting in Sudan.
Ten years since the civil war began in South Sudan, South Sudanese women and girls have faced sexual violence year after year with impunity.
Three things are needed if South Sudan is to keep moving toward peace.
South Sudan continues to face one of the largest displacement and humanitarian crises on earth.
On the 10th anniversary of South Sudan’s independence, the international community must help ensure the future of the country will not be a repeat of the past.
Flooding throughout Africa’s Sahel region has exacerbated humanitarian crises in Sudan and South Sudan, two countries undergoing political transition while battling food insecurity, armed conflict, and COVID-19.
Refugees International and the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum’s Simon-Skjodt Center for the Prevention of Genocide offer takeaways on how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting atrocity prevention in Cameroon and South Sudan.
The announcement by South Sudan’s president and opposition leader that they will form a transitional government ahead of their extended deadline is an essential milestone, but it’s not the end of the road toward peace.