Friday, April 21, 2017 - 15:43
Civil Society Organizations Forum regrets the ongoing insecurity in Gbudwe State and South Sudan at large.
Speaking in a workshop on Thursday in Yambio, different organizations complain that the ongoing insecurity in the country has badly affected their activities, Radio Anisa reports.
They say most of the donors have withdrawn from Gbudue State and in the country making it difficult for them to continue with programs that benefit communities.
They also complain that creation of more states has affected government policies which bring a lot of confusion among CSOs.
Felix Philip Danambutiyo, Programme Officer for Democracy International Yambio branch says they opened the Civic Engagement Canter to enable CSOs have access to information.
He reveals that in their previous assessment, they found that CSOs are doing great work especially in reminding the government on what it is supposed to do.
In the forum different CSOs recommended peace building to be the next point of discussion in the next program.