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Students expressed themselves after the training which was contacted in June and October this year. Kanga Africa Media Production with support from the German Embassy in South Sudan through Human Appeal Associate training Fifteen (15) female photographers with the basic skills of photography in Juba, South Sudan.

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Kanga Africa Media Production and investment has concluded its three days follow up training for Female Photographers in Juba. The first training was contacted in June this year. I would like to give my thanks and appreciation to Germany Embassy for supporting this training through Human Appeal Associate. Thanks also goes to our participants for their commitment for the last three days, #germanyembassyjuba #peterlouis #samirbol #joksolomon



JUBA – The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) will suspend food assistance for more than 100,000 displaced people in parts of South Sudan for three months starting October as part of a prioritization exercise driven by funding shortages this year.

While generous contributions from donors have enabled WFP to reach millions in need with life-saving assistance, many vulnerable people living in crisis areas continue to suffer from the highest levels of food insecurity and cannot survive without sustained food assistance.

Starting October 106,000 people displaced in camps in Wau, Juba and Bor South will not receive monthly food rations for the next three months and until the new year, when WFP will resume its monthly food assistance for internally displaced people in those camps from January to September 2022.

“Drastic times call for drastic measures. We are forced to take these painful decisions and stretch our limited resources to meet the critical needs of people who were on the brink of starvation and now risk slipping back into a catastrophe if their access to food diminishes,” said Matthew Hollingworth, Representative and Country Director of WFP in South Sudan.

“If funding levels continue to drop, we may have no choice but to make further cuts as the needs of vulnerable communities continue to outpace available resources,” said Hollingworth. For the next four months, WFP requires an additional US$154 million to provide food assistance in sufficient quantities.

The three-month suspension is part of a broader reduction in food assistance that WFP announced in April across all camps. It affects 700,000 refugees and internally displaced people who now receive half the caloric contents of a WFP food ration. A full ration provides 2,100 kilocalories per person and includes cereals, pulses, vegetable oil and salt. Prior to implementing the cuts WFP and partners ran a campaign to prepare affected communities.

WFP is prioritizing its emergency, lifesaving food assistance in 10 hard-to-reach counties where people are in an emergency or catastrophic levels of hunger including Pibor, Akobo, Tonj North, Tonj South, Tonj East, Aweil South, Bor South, Twic East, Duk and Ayod.

Mothers and children between six months and two years of age who live in camps will continue to receive nutrition assistance for the prevention and treatment of malnutrition.

Food insecurity in South Sudan has increased in the last few years and currently affects more than 60 percent of the country’s population.


My Lens My Voice

Last week, Kanga Africa Media Production & Investment (Kampi) organised a 6-days workshop with 15 South Sudanese women photographers, including both experienced and novice photojournalists -c with support from the German Embassy in South Sudan. The training covered a mix of theory and hands-on practice. At the course's conclusion, we held a small exhibition displaying photos they took during the week


Kanga Africa Media Production and Investment LTD (KAMPI), in collaboration with Human Appeal Associate (HAA) concluded six-day training on photography.

Fifteen female journalists been awarded certificates after they completed successfully their field work on know-how to set the camera according to the environment.

German Embassy in South Sudan, Media Authority, Commissioner for Information Commission, Union of Journalists of South Sudan (UJOSS) and representatives from the Youth Center attended the programme.

The programme was under the theme “My Lens, My Voice"

Photos from Kanga Africa Media Production & Investment's post 16/06/2021

KAMPI workshop for for female photojournalists kicked-off on Tuesday, the six-day sessions will have various activities as a technical work on how to operate the camera according to the numerous environment.

KAMPI will share more moments from the field during this week!


For those who have not yet apply, the dateline is on Monday 7th June 2021 at 5:pm South Sudan local time


Call for application for South Sudanese female Photographers
Kanga Africa Media Production and Investment LTD (KAMPI) is a registered company specializing in Media Production, Investment and equipment like Video Production, Photography, Video Editing, Training of journalists.
KAMPI in collaboration with Human Appeal Associates (HAA) NNG is hereby planning to train novice female photojournalists to provide sustainable entrepreneurial skills to inspire and document the issues affecting their communities and find a solution through photography. The training will also equip participants with the knowledge and skills to be self-employed. Under the theme: My Lens, My Voice
The purpose of Training: is to inspire South Sudan female Photographers to tell their stories through photography training, and to share their project experiences through online discussions and blogs and collaborate to act. To change a problem in their local or global community. My Lens my Voice will empower female students to capture images of their communities while developing cultural awareness and understanding community needs in developing countries (South Sudan). Capture their communities through photos compare their images to those taken by female students in other States.
Criteria of selection
15 participants will be accepted from Juba the Capital of the Republic of South Sudan through the call for training of South Sudan female Photographers as per the following Selection Criteria:
• Bachelor’s degree, or relevant combination of qualifications and experience, in a relevant field of Journalism
• Experience and knowledge of the South Sudan region
• She must be between 18 and 40 years old to cater for the youthful population.
• Able to write and read and aware of South Sudanese Culture
• The female photographer must be a South Sudanese to be accepted for this training.
• Ready to move on foot to do the fieldwork.
• High level of writing and communication skills
• Language skills: English and Arabic essential
Interested and qualified female candidates should submit their CVs and a brief covering letter of interest in English to [email protected] [email protected]
application will be review on a rolling basis. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
Application Dateline: 07th June 2021 at 5:00pm South Sudan local time


Abdelaziz Adam Al-Hilu the Chairman of the Sudan People's Liberation Army - SPLA-North Speech during the peace talks in Juba

“We affirm our commitment to a peaceful settlement and to the negotiations and mechanisms to resolve the root causes of the conflict in Sudan,” al-Hilu said.

Al-Hilu’s movement is Sudan’s single largest rebel group and is active in the Blue Nile and South Kordofan provinces, where it controls significant chunks of territory
Al-Hilu’s group participated in negotiations leading up to that agreement but did not sign the final deal.
It called for a secular state with no role for religion in lawmaking, the disbanding of all of al-Bashir’s militias and the revamping of the country’s military.
Al-Hilu’s group says if its demands are not met, it will call for self-determination in areas it controls.
Another main rebel group, the Sudan Liberation Movement-Army, led by Abdel-Wahid Nour, rejects the transitional government and has not taken part in talks.

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Community-based militias responsible for 78% of victims of violence in South Sudan

31 March 2021: Community-based militias were responsible for 78 percent of killings and injuries caused to civilians as well as abductions and conflict-related sexual violence during attacks in pockets of South Sudan, according to a new human rights report.

The Annual Brief on Violence Affecting Civilians, released by the Human Rights Division of the United Nations Mission in South Sudan, documented the killing of 2,421 civilians in 2020, more than double the previous year. Just over 1,500 people were injured, up from 866.

While the figures represent a significant increase in violence compared to 2019, the clashes were concentrated in just 13 percent of the country’s 540 payams (administrative areas) and largely involved community-based militias rather than conventional parties to the conflict. The level of violence also remains significantly lower than the period prior to the signing of the 2018 peace deal.

The report raises particular concern about a sharp spike in abductions by more than 300 percent. Many of the victims were children stolen from their families during militia-led raids. Men were also abducted by conventional parties for forced military recruitment and labour. The report notes a 21 percent reduction in cases of conflict-related sexual violence documented in 2020.

Many of the victims of violence were killed or injured during a wave of attacks by armed community-based militias across Jonglei and the Greater Pibor Administrative Area, as well as in Warrap and Lakes. In some cases, these groups were supported by local and national elites driven by political and economic interests.

“The surge in subnational violence is deeply concerning and has had a devastating impact on the lives of communities already suffering huge economic deprivation due to flooding in areas like Jonglei,” said the Head of UNMISS, David Shearer.

Late last year, UNMISS deployed peacekeepers to the affected areas so they were in place ahead of the dry season when conflict traditionally erupts due to tensions between communities over scarce resources. The peacekeeping mission currently has numerous temporary bases in particular conflict hotspots and is conducting regular patrols to help deter further attacks.

“We are also working closely with political and traditional leaders at the national and local level to promote reconciliation and facilitate peace talks as well as negotiating the release of abducted women and children,” said David Shearer. “A peacebuilding trust fund is also being used to improve basic services to reduce the risk of fighting flaring up over access to resources.”

Contact: UNMISS Spokesperson Kirk Kroeker at [email protected] or [email protected]

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