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    South Sudanese Women Shaping Peace

    Dr. Priscilla Joseph Kuch, born in 1964, is a South Sudanese politician, peace activist and Associate professor of community medicine at the University of Juba’s College of Medicine. Her contribution towards peace begun in Khartoum; Sudan, where she was a part of the team that established the South Sudan Women Movement; through a Dutch initiative...
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    Abul Oyay

    Abul Oyay, born in 1987, Abul Oyay is a South Sudanese Artist and founding member of #Anataban, a collective of creative artists who use their art as a platform for youth to demand peace and justice in South Sudan. Born in Gambella; Ethiopia, raised in South Sudan and Uganda, She pursued university in both England...
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    Paleki Matthew Ayang

    Paleki Matthew Ayang is a talented young lawyer and activist passionate about women’s rights. Currently, Mrs. Ayang is the Executive Director of South Sudan Women’s Empowerment Network (SSWEN), a national indigenous network that promotes gender equality and women’s rights, and aims to empower South Sudanese women to build peaceful societies in Sout...
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    Merekaje Lorna Nanjia

    Meet Merekaje Lorna Nanjia; a mother, a sister, a friend and an activist. She is a graduate of the University of Nairobi. Trained as Biomedical Technologist, Merekaje has developed a career both as a biomedical technologist and a civil rights and political activist. Over the years Merekaje Lorna has acquired different skills in leadership, mediatio...
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    CREW mourns the painful death of one her club leaders

    Crown The Woman-South Sudan today 11th/July 2019 mourns the death of one of our Club leaders from Don Bosco Secondary school by the names Deng John Ezekiel Kiir who has served as the Secretary General of CREW’S Gender based violence club in his school since 2017 from the time the club was established to date....
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    Rejoice Santo, aged 18 years in Senior three at Nile Model on this International menstrual hygiene day decides to tell her story, to inspire other sisters that are going through difficulties as hers not to give up. While on a visit to the school last week, we were able to meet Rejoice through one of...
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    JOB ADVERT: PROGRAMS MANAGER. (Only South Sudanese Female Nationals)   Position Title: Program manager Location: South Sudan, 100% Juba Reports to: CREW Executive Director Salary: Commensurate with experience Term: Full time, 1-year term, renewable based on performance and availability of funding Application deadline: 10th February 2019 Start ...
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    Using Music to Raise Awareness on Ending Child Marriage in South Sudan

    Sometimes you need to speak as many languages as possible to put your message across. The ongoing “Too young to be Married” media campaign has captured the attention of the youth especially those who listen to radio stations or are actively engaged on various social media platforms such as Facebook and twitter. This being a...
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    A strong legal framework will save millions of girls from Child Marriage in South Sudan

    In South Sudan, people often use “culture” as a justification for most forms of violence against women especially when it comes to issues to do with marriage. Child marriage is literally accepted as part of cultural practices and traditions in customary laws in South Sudan, the same customary laws whose customs and traditions are used...
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    Involvement of School Going Adolescent girls and boys in Gender Based Violence Prevention and Response Programs

    For the past two months, CREW has been conducting mentorships in six (6) secondary schools namely; Juba Day, Promised Land, Don Bosco, Nile Model, Juba Diocesan and Juba Commercial secondary school). This program was intended to enhance the students’ understanding of School-Related Gender-Based Violence (SRGBV), the various forms of SRGBV, its effe...

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