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A drop in the bucket is what we're looking for

Aqua-Africa’s mission depends on the financial support we receive from our donors. Tackling the water shortage in South Sudan requires a ground swell of support and contributions of all sizes are welcomed and appreciated. Whether a donation amounts to a drop, a bucket, or a reservoir, it represents another step in achieving our goals.


  • Over 100,000 People Displaced to South Sudan

    June 7, 2023 – The UN Refugee Agency has released a report indicating that the number of new arrivals to South Sudan from Sudan has exceeded 100,000, emphasizing the need for continued attention from the international community.

    Raouf Mazou, the Assistant High Commissioner for Operations at UNHCR, has urged the international …

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  • Peter Akat Appointment

    June 2, 2023 – Juba, South Sudan. Today, Aqua-Africa South Sudan Board of Directors Chair, Peter Mahal Dhieu Akat was appointed to the post of Under Secretary to the Ministry of Water Resources and Irrigation. In this new role, Mr. Akat will have responsibilities for the whole of South Sudan. …

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  • UN Security Council Extends Sanctions

    May 31, 2023 – New York. Today the UN Security Council extended for a period of one year sanctions previously imposed on South Sudan, including assets freezes, travel bans and an arms embargo. The vote was 10 for and 5 in abstentia. Numerous UN members stressed that instead of …

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  • Juba Water Prices Soar

    May 27, 2023 – Juba, South Sudan. Despite the March, 2023 implementation of a new water treatment plant in Juba, funded by the Japanese government, transport water costs are soaring in Juba. Most Juba residents get their water delivered from the Nile River. Drums of water that cost 1,000 pounds …

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  • Food Crisis Worsens

    May 23, 2023 – The food crisis in South Sudan continues to worsen. Food distribution and aid agencies face risks from violence, bureaucracy, flooding, and poor road conditions. The food security crisis is aggravated due to ongoing conflicts. Approximately 7.76 million people (62.7% of the population) are expected to experience …

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  • South Sudan – Ethiopia Highway

    May 19, 2023 – Juba. Today Ethiopia and South Sudan leadership signed an agreement to construct the Paloch – Mathiang – Maiwut – Pagak Highway. Presently, this route is dirt, and susceptible to flooding during the rainy season. No time frame for completion was disclosed.

    The agreement was signed by the …

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