The Women’s Monthly Forum Group in South Sudan has told South Sudan Catholic radio station, Radio Bakhita, that the women of South Sudan are disappointed and frustrated by the slow pace of implementing the peace agreement signed by the warring parties last August.
Women’s Monthly Forum Group Coordinator, Sunday Betty Ben, speaking Thursday in Juba said the situation in South Sudan was getting worse, and the warring parties to the agreement were not doing enough to implement the deal; she told Radio Bakhita.
She urged the parties to accelerate the implementation of the agreement to enable peace return to South Sudan.
Sunday Betty Ben said the Women’s Monthly Forum Group is also seeking ways to make sure that South Sudan women are conversant with the details of the peace accord. It is only in doing so that the women, as South Sudanese citizens, would own and buy into the August…
View original post 302 more words