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Rejoice Aba
· June 15, 2017
Appreciating nature and what it holds is part of our obligation in saving the universe. Proud of what WCS South Sudan is doing, regardless of what the country is going through, there is still hope for... the nation's natural resources to be protected. If you have a heart for nature, you will get to understand as to why conservation is important! Cheers! See More
Kebir A Naibek
· July 24, 2017
It's seems there is little work done in protecting our wild animals just because local people are not educated or empowered in order to take care of endanger species in South Sudan, I blame internati...onal donors and government for failing to help our elephants. See More
Pepita La Bandolera
· May 25, 2017
It is nice to see organizations such as WCS SOUTH SUDAN, to help locals understand the importance to care for the wildlife and enviroment. Thanks to everyone working everyday to protect this beautiful planet.
Kattia Mendiguetti Petraglia
· May 22, 2017
Wonderful and engaged people working everyday to save wildlife !
Tomas Y Nduwimana
· June 6, 2016
good information. i check it all the time for news about wcs work in south sudan
Jamal Nimir Hurgas
· April 16, 2017
مبروك لكم إخوتى فى جنوب السودان وعضوا بالنواجز على ثورتكم من الحياة البريه.اخوكم فى الشمال فقدوا الكثير ويصعب تعويضه
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For the first time in the Anthropocene, the global demographic and economic trends that have resulted in unprecedented destruction of the environment are now creating the necessary conditions for a possible renaissance of nature. Drawing reasonable inferences from current patterns, we can predict th...
Published on Mar 22, 2015 With stunning scenery and abundant wildlife, South Sudan has natural resources that could bring in tourist dollars to help boost the country's economy. But the country's civil war has prevented the tourism industry from taking hold. Now both sides are being accused of butchering animals to feed their troops. Al Jazeera's Nick Clark reports from South Sudan. More on our website:
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