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South Sudan President Salva Kiir and exiled opposition leader Riek Machar met and reviewed progress on security arrangements, officials said. The meeting between the two rival leaders is seen as a key step towards the implementation of the September 2018 peace deal, which has been delayed by...

Image copyrightGETTY IMAGESImage captionAbout 70,000 Bahamas residents are in immediate need of food and shelter, the UN says The death toll from Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas will be "staggering", the country's government has warned as aid efforts are being stepped up. The official death toll stands...

In 1996, we began our own charity because we wanted to make a difference in a practical way to help disadvantaged children living in poverty and places of unrest. Today marks the International day of Charity and DOHA is proud to celebrate this day, together with our...

July 6, 2019 (JUBA) - The people of South Sudan are bracing themselves for what could be another catastrophic food crisis with almost 7 million people reportedly facing extreme levels of hunger. Refugees in South Sudan (NRC) As South Sudan prepares to mark eight years...

Women work to collect water in the Nguneyyiel refugee camp in the Gambella region of Ethiopia on 26 Nov 2017. Photo by: Zacharias Abubeker A local leader in Nguenyyiel Refugee Camp in Ethiopia’s Gambella region said the refugees have not had clean drinking water for almost a...

Dear Member & Friend of DOHA, Thank you for your tremendous support over these years for Door of Hope Australia. We are looking forward to sharing with you about all that happened in 2018 at our upcoming Annual General Meeting. Our AGM is scheduled for Sunday 5th May...

South Sudanese Women for Change, a group of South Sudanese women in Nairobi visited Kakuma Refugee Camp in northern Kenya and conducted a one-day trauma healing workshop while delivering bundles of clothes and shoes to the refugee community there. The chairperson of the group Mary Nyaduba...

Trauma caused by years of conflict remain largely untreated with lack of mental care in South Sudan. by Joi Lee & Viktorija Mickute Participants during the Morning Star workshop, a five-day initiative by USAID programme VISTAS, in Juba, South Sudan that teaches practical tools to address and identify trauma....

In South Sudan there are still 19,000 children in armed forces, with boys trained to fight and girls taken as 'wives'. by Andreea Campeanu 15 HOURS AGO Former child soldiers during the release ceremony, outside Yambio in South Sudan. One hundred twenty-eight children (90 boys...