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() Up to six million people in South Sudan face extreme hunger a report by the UN says, that's an increase of 40 percent since 2017.
The report warns that famine could return to the country in the throes of civil war.
A US draft Security Council resolution received a cool response from Russia, China and troop-contributing countries.
Bangladesh, a top blue helmet contributor, warned that budget cuts would hit peacekeeping missions.
“The Mission encourages anyone who becomes aware of such behavior to report it immediately so we can take action,” Saito said.
The inclusion of missions in Norway and France may come at a high price for the new nation, with its faltering peace process and stagnant economy.
Together with three or four colleagues, she frequents places she knows they’ll find clients, such as a few small bars just several hundred meters away from the U. base, where she says she can exchange contact information with men. Her 23-year-old colleague Ester says the majority of her clients are Ugandan, many of whom exit the U. N.s’ code of conduct as well as most NGOs’ ethical mandates.
Oxfam, an international aid group currently facing accusations of sexual exploitation in Haiti, has an employee code of conduct that states that all staff will ensure their relationships and behavior are not “exploitative, abusive or corrupt in any way” and that they won’t “engage in any form of sexual abuse or exploitation of any persons of any age.”The U. Code of Conduct prohibits paying for sex as it constitutes misconduct, according to U. Mission in South Sudan acting spokesperson Hiroyuki Saito.
jbh/aw (AFP, Reuters) Haiti has revoked Oxfam GB's approval to operate in the country while its government investigates sexual misconduct allegations against the charity.
They date back to the aftermath of Haiti's 2010 earthquake disaster.
JUBA, South Sudan — Recounting a recent night with one of her United Nations clients, Gabby says she was asked to wait in the car before the staffer snuck her into his U. compound.“He told me not to let anyone see me and not to speak to anyone,” said Gabby, a 26-year-old sex worker in South Sudan’s capital of Juba. in this case will provide “interesting insight into whether or not the [U. is currently treating the allegations against the Ghanaian peacekeeping unit as an isolated case, stating after the incident that there are no indications that the behavior of the unit is more widespread within the mission. “They’re good clients, they give good money, better than anybody else.”The number of sex workers seemingly increases “every day” in Juba, Gabby said, some of them as young as 15.