The humanitarian crisis in South Sudan is now so severe that the UN has declared a famine in parts of the country.

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In 2016, Norway contributed close to 700 million Norwegian kroner (approx. 85 mill USD) to South Sudan.

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More than 50 children and youth from the care centre CCC (Confident Children out of Conflict) splashed, swam and enjoyed a BBQ at the Norwegian Residence.

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The members of the Troika welcome the 29 January joint declaration of the AU, the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) and the UN, on South Sudan.

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Norway, the United Kingdom and the United States wish to express their shock at the unfounded allegations made on 13 January by an SPLA spokesman against the Troika.

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The newspaper The East African has published an article with false information.

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Six artists, six months. Starting next year the Norwegian Embassy will launch a monthly pop-up art exhibit showing the works of South Sudanese painters. Send us your work!

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Livelihoods have improved with support from Norway to IGAD's regional initiative as local capacity gets strengthened and veterinary services delivered in South Sudan.

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21 November 2016, Juba, The Head of Development Cooperation at the Royal Norwegian Embassy, Counsellor Gunvor W. Skancke calls for children and youth to be provided with a conducive environment to learn and build a future for themselves.

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