29 January 2024

Empowering Change: Unleashing the Power of Advocacy

According to the Convention on the Rights of the Child, the need for all children to enjoy economic, social, health, political, and cultural rights for the betterment of their lives, development, and potential is paramount.  However, South Sudan’s conflicts have forced children to live in poverty without access to healthcare, education, protection…, Mental Health  , According to 2019 data from the South Sudan Medical Journal, its estimated that 204,000 and 1,020,000 people are in severe and mild/moderate mental health conditions in South Sudan – circumstances the report attributed to settings resulting from the humanitarian situation. its estimated that 204,000 and 1,020,000 people are in severe and mild/…, Education , Education is a right and not a privilege; however, our recent report revealed that 2.8 million children, or over 70 per cent, are out of school in South Sudan, putting at risk their futures and the future of the country. 2.8 million children, or over 70 per cent, are out of school in South Sudan, putting at risk their futures and the future of the…, Child Rights/Protection , Children in South Sudan have suffered from serious breaches of their rights since 2013. Suffering brought on by violence, enlistment in the armed forces and by armed groups, hunger, family separation, and attacks on schools and hospitals, restricts access to healthcare, education, and nutrition for both boys and girls, according to numerous…, Climate Change Advocates , Drenched in fear and despair, many South Sudanese children are stuck in constant cycle of climate change with floods and droughts in the country. According to World Relief, since July 2022, an estimated 1 million people were affected by severe flooding in 36 counties across South Sudan and in the southern part of the Abyei Administrative Area…