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How solar power fridges are helping save lives in world's least electrified country
31 January 2018 – Vaccines save lives, but to be effective they need to be kept cool. In South Sudan, the least electrified country in the world, temperatures frequently exceed 40 degrees Celsius.

“We are here for a purpose” – Aiding women and children in one of the toughest assignments
24 January 2018 – In northern South Sudan a camp for families displaced by fighting has become the second largest settlement in the country after the capital, Juba. For humanitarian workers there to assist them, life has few comforts, but many rewards.

Rain, roads and checkpoints: the challenges of supplying South Sudan
23 January 2018 – Truck driver Rogers Kenei knows just how dangerous and difficult it can be to deliver aid for UNICEF around civil war-torn South Sudan. Four drivers and one driver assistant have lost their lives since 2013.

In South Sudan, registering a birth, providing an identity
13 January 2018 – A new pilot program helps provide children in the world’s youngest country with the documents they need to prove their nationality.

 

 
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