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Returnee profile: Juan Gore (39) Street News Service 06/07/2019

Juan Gore's journey across Africa was driven by a search for peace and a better education. The 39-year old grew up in Juba, the capital of war-torn Southern Sudan. She was educated in down town Juba, but when the war intensified in 1986, villagers from across the state fled to the town, seeking refuge in school buildings. Many schools closed for three or six months at a time. Bombs destroyed parts of the town and the situation became more and more insecure.

Returnee profile: Lorna Luka (20) Street News Service 06/07/2019

The 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) between North and South Sudan raised hopes for stability across the country. For 20-year old Lorna Luka, these hopes turned out to be too high. In 2008, tribal conflict erupted in the town of Rubor near the Southern Sudanese capital city of Juba. The town was home to the Bari, the tribe Lorna belongs to.

Returnee profile: Sabia Leot (21) Street News Service 06/07/2019

Until her seventh birthday, Sabia Leot had been a happy child. She grew up in a small village near the town of Yei -towards the South Sudanese border- with her mother and father. She was a miracle, as her mother had many miscarriages before and after Sabia's birth and didn't think she was able to conceive. Disaster struck when both her parents died of an unknown disease.

Returnee profile: Richard Luka (32) Street News Service 06/07/2019

Richard Luka grew up in Khartoum, but he was always aware of the fact that he was a southerner. "In school, I spoke Arabic, but at home we spoke our mother tongue, Bari. My parents used to tell us all about Juba. Whenever we saw Juba on television, my parents would call us over. It looked so beautiful to me. My dream was always to go back there. I knew it was my home."

Przyszłość, której nie można zobaczyć Street News Service 06/07/2019

9 lipca Południowy Sudan oddzieli się od północy, stając się najmłodszym państwem świata. Po latach krwawej wojny domowej, która pozostawiła po sobie 2 miliony zabitych, południowcy przygotowują się do życia w niepodległym kraju. Kraju, którego niektórzy nie będą w stanie zobaczyć.

Apel o legalizację aborcji w Malawi Street News Service 06/07/2019

Obrońcy praw kobiet w Malawi wzywają do ponownego rozpatrzenia ustawy aborcyjnej. Obecnie tylko matki, których życie jest zagrożone mogą dokonać aborcji. Aktywiści twierdzą, że ustawa musi zostać zliberalizowana ponieważ narusza prawo kobiet do wyboru. Jednak zarówno rząd, jak i pewne grupy religijne sprzeciwiają się tej inicjatywie.

Artyści graffiti dołączają do lekarzy w kampanii zdrowotnej Street News Service 06/07/2019

W wielu częściach świata graffiti uznawane jest za akt wandalizmu dokonywany przez buntowników przeciwko społeczeństwu. W Dakar, w Senegalu, grupa artystów graffiti na przekór tej powszechnej opinii działa na rzecz wzrostu świadomości społecznej.

Maternal care via SMS Street News Service 04/07/2019

In rural Senegal, a pilot project uses text messaging to remind women of upcoming doctor’s appointments and local health meetings. One hundred and fifty new and expecting mothers were given cell phones that help keep themselves, and their babies, alive and healthy.

Un autre Darfur? Street News Service 04/07/2019

Le référendum pacifique menant à l'indépendance ne fut pas prédictif pour le conflit qui a commencé de nouveau dans les semaines qui viennent de passer. Selon les Nations Unies, plus de 360.000 personnes ont été déplacées au Soudan au cours des 6 derniers mois, et plus de la moitié de ceux là ont été déplacées seul dans le dernier mois. Les combats les plus violents ont été concentrés dans les trois régions frontalières, riches en pétrole, qui sont contestées depuis la signature de l'accord de paix Nord / Sud en 2005: Abyei, Nil bleu et du Kordofan méridional.

Passé troublé du Soudan Street News Service 04/07/2019

Le Soudan a été sous l’administration britannique-égyptienne entre 1899 et 1956. Le nord et le sud ont été séparés jusqu'en 1946. Durant cette période, la majorité du développement a été centrée dans le nord, avec les États du Sud et d'autres régions périphériques, y compris au Darfour, à la fois politiquement et économiquement marginalisés.

The road to freedom Street News Service 04/07/2019

Yoama Brown’s childhood was marked by civil war. When the soldiers came to raid the village, everyone would run to the next town for safety. Paralysed not just by fear but by polio, Yoama had to hide and pray not to be found.

Un avenir sans vision Street News Service 04/07/2019

Le 9 juillet, le Sud-Soudan va se séparer su nord et devenir la plus jeune nation du monde. Après des décennies de guerre civile sanglante qui a mené à la mort de 2 millions de personnes, les habitants du sud se préparent pour la vie dans un pays indépendant. Un pays que certains n’auront jamais l’occasion de voir.

James’ wish - Notes from an emerging nation Street News Service 04/07/2019

Just before Africa's largest country will split into two, Street News Service Editor Danielle Batist travelled to South Sudan to see a nation getting ready for independence. Here, she reflects on her journey.

Photo Essay: Faces of the world’s newest country Street News Service 04/07/2019

In June, photographer Simon Murphy and journalist Danielle Batist set off to South Sudan to witness the last days of Africa’s biggest nation. They spent time in returnee settlements, experienced chaos caused by fuel shortages, listened to the life stories of people with disabilities and visited a leper colony. They documented it all for the Street News Service.

A future without vision Street News Service 04/07/2019

On the 9th of July, South Sudan will split from the north and become the world’s newest nation. After decades of bloody civil war which left 2 million people dead, southerners prepare for life in an independent country. A country that some won’t ever be able to see.

Starting from scratch Street News Service 04/07/2019

In their hundreds of thousands they crossed the border, arriving by boat, bus or on foot. After decades of civil war with the north, South Sudanese have come back home to witness the birth of their new nation. The fight for independence has come to an end, but for many returnees, the struggle is far from over.

Går fremtiden blind i møte Street News Service 04/07/2019

9. juli vil Sør-Sudan løsrive seg fra resten av landet og bli verdens nyeste nasjonalstat. Etter flere tiår med blodig borgerkrig, der to millioner mennesker har mistet livet, forbereder nå sørsudanerne seg på et liv i en uavhengig stat. Et land som enkelte aldri noensinne vil kunne være i stand til å se.

Um futuro sem visão Street News Service 04/07/2019

No dia 9 de Julho, o sul do Sudão irá se separar do norte e se tornará a nova nação do mundo. Depois de décadas de uma guerra civil sangrenta, que deixou 2 milhões de pessoas mortas, os sulistas se preparam para uma vida num país independente. Um país aonde alguns não poderão enxergar.

World's newest nation facing challenges Street News Service 04/07/2019

On the outskirts of the South Sudanese capital of Juba, Sabia Leot's life is wretched. The 21-year-old is pregnant and for the past five months she's been homeless, spending most days wandering the streets with her three children desperately trying to find work, food and shelter.

A nação mais nova do mundo enfrenta desafios Street News Service 04/07/2019

Com o elevado número de refugiados a retornar ao Sudão do Sul na véspera do mesmo receber o status official de nação, recursos escassos tornam-se ainda mais insuficientes.

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