“It is true that a child is an immature human being with full rights. We would not be what we are today if our rights are violated in one way or the other during our childhood.”
As we arrive at the Youth Training Centre in the UN protection site for displaced people, several young men and women are busy getting on with learning new and useful skills.
Flavia Zisok’s weapon of choice is a combination of her pain and her pen.
The young writer has published many poems about the immense suffering caused by war and her hopes for lasting peace in conflict-affected South Sudan.
Rebecca Anyeoul is an expert when it comes to juggling her responsibilities.
She’s managed to raise seven children throughout the conflict in South Sudan while also serving in the country’s army for the past 25 years, rising up the ranks to achieve the rank of colonel.
About a thousand citizens of Akon County in the Gogrial area have participated in a peace rally centered around the dissemination of the content of the revitalised peace agreement signed in September 2018.