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On 20 October 2016, Children learn how to wash their hands properly by UNICEF staff in the town of  Kuach Unity State, South Sudan. UNICEF is assessing currenty hygeine facilities in remote health facilities that they can access because there have been several confirmed cases of cholera in the region and because of renewed fighting humanitarian access is difficult.

Famine hits parts of South Sudan

By Rochelle Kirkham United Nations agencies declared famine in parts of South Sudan this week. Over 100,000 people are facing starvation and […]

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Australia ranked #20 on Sustainable Development Goal progress

A report from the United Nations has ranked Australia’s progress towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals 20th in the world. Panorama reporter […]

Day of awareness for violence against women

November 25th marked the UN International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women and White Ribbon Day in Australia. The United […]