Daily Archives: November 8, 2019

South Sudan Promoting Adult Literacy to Maintain Peace

JUBA , SOUTH SUDAN – As South Sudan slowly stabilizes after decades of conflict, the world’s youngest nation continues to battle illiteracy. South Sudan has the lowest literacy rate in world: 27% of the adult population can read and write. To combat th…

South Sudan Promoting Adult Literacy to Maintain Peace

JUBA , SOUTH SUDAN – As South Sudan slowly stabilizes after decades of conflict, the world’s youngest nation continues to battle illiteracy. South Sudan has the lowest literacy rate in world: 27% of the adult population can read and write. To combat th…

US Somali Election Winners Urge Women Back Home to Take Up Politics

Two Somali-American women who won local elections this week are calling for full participation of women in Somalia’s politics, peace and development efforts.Voters on Tuesday elected Nadia Mohamed for an at-large seat in St. Louis Park, a western subur…

WFP: Floods in South Sudan Affecting Nearly 1 Million People

GENEVA – The World Food Program says nearly a million of South Sudan’s 11 million people have been affected by devastating floods and are in urgent need of life-saving assistance.The government has declared a state of emergency in Bahr el Ghazal, Great…

Basketball: Women’s national team project pre-olympics

However, right after some controversy regarding their participation or not, in the pre-olympic games, to be held from 14 to 17 of this month, in Mozambique, allegedly because of money reasons, the basketball federation announced last Thursday a list wi…

Basketball: Women’s national team project pre-olympics

However, right after some controversy regarding their participation or not, in the pre-olympic games, to be held from 14 to 17 of this month, in Mozambique, allegedly because of money reasons, the basketball federation announced last Thursday a list wi…