The U.S. announced 95 million dollars for aid to South Sudan

The United States government has announced new funding for humanitarian aid in South Sudan.

The money will support displaced communities and lives serving assistance in the remote villages affected by the conflict.

International partners urged government intervention in community building while announcing a grant of 95 million dollars on Thursday. 

The fund is directed to World Food Program (WFP) to provide those needs with food assistance.

Mr. Mathew Hollingworth is the WFP Country Director. He said many vulnerable communities affected by the crisis and living remotely are in daring need of aid.

The fund come at very important time they are part of a consistent, predictable support from the government of United States to the people of South Sudan through World Food Programme” He said

Recently the World Food Programme announced the reduction of food ratio to 50 percent.

The U.S. Ambassador to South Sudan, Larry Andre, said South Sudan is in critical need of humanitarians’ assistant due to political, severe flooding and inter-communal violence. 

Diplomate is deeply concerned about increasing scale, intensity, and geographical threats of conflict in South Sudan, which affected food production.

Larry warned South Sudan should not be food-deficit while it has adequate rainfall and enormous cultivating potential. 

The Minster of humanitarian Affairs and Disaster Management has welcome U.S. support to South Sudanese people.

Integrated Food Security Phase Classification released this year shown an estimated 7.5 million South Sudanese need humanitarian assistance, including 6.5 million who need food assistance.

Citizens contributed over 1 million pounds to a disabled student

South Sudanese in the diaspora have donated over 1 million pounds to a disabled young man known as John Lual is 21 years old

He graduated this year from standard eight after sitting his primary national examination in Aweil East County.

Well-wishers who contributed money were so amazed by his determination to achieve education ambition goals. The disabled man uses his mouth to write. That inspired many people.

The amount of money contributed and officially received on Wednesday 7th was reported 1,045,000 South Sudanese pounds. Friends use the social media platform “Go fund my project” to raise money to support his further education.

Lual hopes to become a medical doctor in the future. He confirmed that he has “received the money with joy, and the donation will help him support his family.”

“I want to thank the people who supported us with the money; People use to tell me that school is not for the disabled, that it is for normal people with no disabilities. But I did not give up, and I will make these people who support me proud”, he uttered.

Mr. Lual disclosed that his family decided to buy a house in Aweil town to bring him close to a secondary school.

Mr. Bol Chol Guot is the fundraising initiative organizer, said that well-wishers donated the money after reading Lual’s story online.

“I just saw his story and felt touched. So, I decided to create a go fund project on Facebook to handle the story as I can help. The young man will also encourage many youths to study because his story is different and motivates people to learn despite all difficulties”.

So, it will make many people join the school, and feel that it is not challenging to study if john a disabled man who writes using his mouth is learning” Chol narrated.

Bol called the public to support vulnerable people in the community, especially disabled people.

UN Chief opt support flood-affected families in South Sudan.

Head of United Nations Mission in South Sudan David Shearer has declared support to the floods affected people in the Bahr El Ghazal region and other parts of the Country.

Several areas are facing severe flooding this year, Jonglei, Unity, and the Lakes States.

According to the report published by UNHOCA on Oct 5, 2020, around 1.67 million people believe are internally displaced. “There has been a spike in food insecurity in Western Bahr el Ghazal due to recent severe flooding in August 2020”.

Mayardit FM [Turalei] spoked to the UN SRSG David Shearer in an inclusive interview on Thursday. He assured the public that his office would work with humanitarian agencies to support the flood-affected communities. And repair significant roads connecting the Counties in the state.

He acknowledged poor harvest this year due to flooding in some parts of the Country has caused hunger threats that make it challenging to end the malnutrition situation. 

Shearer mentioned that UN agencies include UNFOA, UNICEF, the World Food Program, and other NGOs that will take the leading role in supporting vulnerable people.

“You have flooding and the people looking for food, and with that, we have been in discussing with the world food program on how we can help these people. So, we are trying to help the areas affected. That is why we have been in discussion with the humanitarians.”

The press secretary to the governor of Warrap state, Mr. Albino Kuek, said  roads connecting the Counties will help improve insecurity, health, and others.

“When you renovate the road, it curves the security matters in all the County. It also helps reach flood-affected citizens and also helps deliver the requirements of the schools as well as medicines.”

Last year, the United States of America, former Ambassador to S-Sudan, Thomas Hushek, also assured their supports on developmental projects after conflict.

Kenyan Forces Seen Deploy at the Nadapal border.

Kenya’s government has deployed six hundred security forces in the Nadapal border, authority in Kapoeta East County reported.

It accused the neighboring Kenyan of violated borderline and cross into South Sudan territory beyond the normal counterpart demarcation.

The state government has seen such a move uncertain marginal that violate regional boundary. An eyewitness said Kenyan soldiers were seen pushing their invasion toward South Sudan, patrolling using a helicopter. 

Nadapal is located in the southwest of Kapoeta East County, near the border with the Rift Valley province of Kenya. The Nadapal belt is an area stretching 25 kilometers (16 mi) southward from South Sudan to Lokichogio in Kenya. 

The executive director of Kapoeta East, Juma Justine, said Kenya forces were deployed in South Sudan territory last month without clear justification. A claim this news media can’t independently verify.

According to the official, recent deployment has caused fear among the civilians and pastoralists in the area.

Justine narrated that the two communities of Toposa and Turkana have to share grazing lands without a feud.

It’s unclear why Kenya deployed forces at which spark anxiety among people.

“It is true since misunderstanding of the road Kenyan when to come up to Nakondo our people come out from there since they say this place is not ours. And yet it is our territory that place they deployed their security personnel.” 

Juma has urged the communities to avoid panicking or cause any problem. “You should remain patient until the government solves the issue with the Kenyan counterparts.”

David Eriga, Secretary, based in Kapoeata County, has confirmed its forces to the border took place. He reaffirmed that the area where the Kenyan troops deployed were within South Sudan territory and not Kenya land, according to the map of “1914-1926”.

 “Yeah, indeed deployment of Kenyan forces is true is not at the border it is in our territory by 1914-1926 as per our independent 1956. The area where currently they are the territory of the Sudan which currently, which is South Sudan elemi triangle also to discuss is part of Sudan gave,” Eriga said. 

David blamed that the Kenya government has interfered with South Sudan, which violates the regional borderline. He urges the public to be patient as the National government is working hard to resolve the matter.

Singaita FM in Kapoeta contacted an official from the Kenya government on Tuesday, but decline to comment said was not authorized to talk. He refers to the station to speaks to the District Commissioner in Lokichogio. The Commissioner couldn’t answer numerous telephone calls in an attempt to get his view in this article.