Gbudue women call for support
Members of the Women Union in South Sudan’s Gbudue State have called for support towards their group.
Speaking to Radio Tamazuj on Tuesday, the union’s chairperson, Stella John Rambu said they have been carrying out activities like business and farming since the group’s formation, but lack support.
She said the union currently has many widows and orphaned girls who need support from the government and organizations.
Rambu, however, urged women to work for peace in the country, stressing that some institutions already have 35 percent of women representatives, while others are yet to implement the initiative.
According to the union’s chairlady, communities are often sensitized on gender-based violence through workshops and public rallies in the state.
She urged women in the state to unite for peace in the country.