They clapped, they danced, and they sang.
Hundreds celebrated Human Rights Day with the theme “United for Peace”, at a day-long festival where students and their parents danced and sang side by side.
In July 2019, the Jie and Murle communities engaged in a bloody fight in Marua and other villages of South Sudan’s Boma area. The fight, in the Greater Jonglei region, left 85 people dead, while several others were wounded in what became the year’s worst raid.
Hajat Karama has been relying on people around her to get news and information about what is going on in her country.
“I am an old woman who is unable to even move around freely due to limited mobility and vision,” she says.