Summary: Juba 27 April 2018: Ten humanitarian aid workers from national NGOs, international NGOs and UN agencies went missing outside southern Yei town while conducting a humanitarian needs assessment mission. This is the latest in a series of incidents that have directly targeted aid workers in the last two weeks. Other incidents in the very recent past have resulted in the death of aid workers.Date: Attachment: South Sudan_Press Release April 27 2018.pdf469.91 KB
Summary: Juba 14 March 2018: The humanitarian crisis has continued to deepen and spread across South Sudan and there are now 7 million people in the country in need of humanitarian assistance. Conflict has triggered the displacement of 4 million people internally and across South Sudan’s borders to neighbouring countries. Economic crisis is driving high rates of food insecurity and malnutrition, with 48% of the population now estimated to be in crisis or worse levels of food securityDate: Attachment: South Sudan_Press Release March 14 2018.pdf265.12 KB
Summary: International and South Sudanese NGOs strongly condemn the killing of an aid worker, Rombek Paul Mori, in an armed robbery at the ACF office compound last Thursday. This brutal attack represents a worrying trend for NGOs based in Juba.Date: Attachment: ngoforumstatementjubacompoundrobberies16092015.pdf58.1 KB
Summary: NGO Bill: NGOs welcome a strong regulatory framework; warn NGO Bill should not be used to restrict civil society activities; call for strong consultation on implementation of Bill.
13 May 2015 (Juba, South Sudan) NGOs would welcome a strong regulatory framework in South Sudan -- it would be much easier for NGOs to operate within a coherent and consistent legal environment. It's also important to note that the new Bill includes substantive changes that will make it easier for NGOs to continue serving the people of South Sudan. The NGO Forum is encouraged by the willingness to consult with civil society groups, including NGOs, and to take their feedback into consideration.Date: Attachment: ngos.ngobillstatement.13may15.pdf122.75 KB
Summary: The Chair of the National NGO Steering Committee, of the South Sudan NGO forum, Mr Elijah Manyok, stated today that not only has the current war in South Sudan robbed the South Sudanese people of the human right of peace but has rendered over 6.4 million South Sudanese food insecure with nearly 2.5 million at risk of acute hunger and an estimated 2 million displaced from their homes.Date: Attachment: 2015.02.09. – PR – South Sudan NNGO’s statement at the IGADOCHA meeting in Nairobi – NGO Forum.pdf95.01 KB