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Thursday, August 9, 2018 - 15:37
Members of Civil Society Network in Eastern Equatoria and a donor from Oxfam met to discuss and verify impact of the work of organizations in addressing security, safety and fragility.
Charles Okullu, Network chairperson, says the aim of the meeting is develop theory of change and capacity building mechanism in security reforms, Radio Emmanuel reports.
He urges members of civil society network to share out their experiences in working in the field of security and safety.
Okullu cites cases of child abduction, early and forced marriages as major security threats in Torit and Kapoeta States.
He appreciates South Sudan Law Society for conducting awareness trainings to civil society organizations on how to address threats in the state.
The chairperson explains that the evaluation is to give true picture to the donor to see whether civil society organizations are moving on the right track or need adjustment.
The chairperson was talking to Radio Emmanuel in Torit on Wednesday.

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