January 11, 2017 (JUBA) - The weakening South Sudanese pound (SSP) means families in neighbouring East African countries are dwindling. Some families have not paid rent for months and children are out of schools.
"It is a tough situation that families face in Uganda and Kenya - some families don’t afford food items, far from money for rent and school fees," said David, who family is Kampala, Uganda.
South Sudan Pound lost about 80% of it value since ministry of finance and central bank (...)
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