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| Sarah Jones

Seven-year-old South Sudanese kids share dream for their country, seven years after its independence

Seven years after independence, 7-year-old South Sudanese children share ideas on the country of their dreams. Esther Nene, seven, recounts the memories of the 2016 war in Sudan: “I remember that people run away from…

| Ryan Brown

Voice of a nation: How Juba Arabic helps bridge a factious South Sudan

Juba Arabic isn’t just the language spoken by more South Sudanese than any other. It is a tongue that has grown up alongside the country, the witness and stenographer to its difficult history. Pete Muller/AP/File…

| Lydia Namubiru

Creatives are stepping up to counter a media clampdown in South Sudan

Likikiri actors doing play back theatre in Juba, South Sudan In Juba at the Catholic University of South Sudan, a young actor tells the story of walking for months from South Sudan to refuge in…

| Ryan Brown

She bears witness to South Sudan’s turbulence, one headline at a time

WHY WE WROTE THIS The obstacles reporters face in doing their work – the stories behind their stories – can say just as much about a country’s concerns and challenges as the articles they produce. JUBA, SOUTH…

| Ryan Brown

South Sudan’s midwives, boosted by aid, wonder how long donors will deliver

JUBA, SOUTH SUDAN It was July 9, 2011, and just outside the walls of the maternity ward at the largest public hospital in the city, a country was being born. Inside, meanwhile, babies were also…

| Esther Ruth Mbabazi

Boruboru: South Sudan’s newest spectator sport is one for the girls

WHY WE WROTE THIS Think you’re good at dodgeball? See how long you last in boruboru, a traditional playground game. Formal leagues are giving girls who grew up amid the civil war more opportunities to…

| Kassie Bracken, Megan Specia

Inside a Neonatal Clinic in South Sudan: ‘In Some Ways, It Felt Wrong to Be Here’

Minutes after two journalists started following a doctor on her rounds of a newborn ward, a baby stopped breathing. Megan Specia interviewing Dr. Rose Tongan on a break during her shift at the Juba Teaching…

| Hannah Reyes Morales, Denise Hruby

A mother’s impossible choice: risk rape to feed your family, or starve

Juba, South Sudan — On a dirt path dotted with bright-red bougainvillea, women in ankle-length dresses gather in groups of five or more before venturing into the forest. Right outside the largest refugee camp in Juba, South…

| Lily Kuo

South Sudan’s youth cope with war by partying in the day time

Juba, South Sudan On Sunday afternoons after church, Wokil Makuei, 21, usually heads to the club. Fueled by soda and dancehall beats, he and his friends will party for the next several hours, grinding with…