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Garang Abraham Malak

Juba, South Sudan
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About Garang
Garang Abraham Malak is a freelance journalist, with five years demonstrated experience in both print and broadcast media. He freelances for Eye Radio (Juba-South Sudan), The East African Newspaper (Nairobi -Kenya) and for Zenger News (United States). 
Garang is also a researcher having also worked with Excel Security Solutions (Switzerland) and Global Initiative Against Transitional Organized Crime (Geneva) as South Sudan's Research Lead.
Investigative Reporting

Criticism as South Sudan eases Covid-19 restrictions

07 Apr 2023  |  The East African
In South Sudan, President Salva Kiir's decision to ease Covid-19 restrictions has faced criticism from various stakeholders, including the South Sudan Doctors’ Union and the Foundation for Democracy and Accountable Governance. The easing of restrictions includes reopening businesses and shortening the curfew hours. Health experts and activists are concerned that this move could lead to a surge in Covid-19 cases, as the country recorded 30 new cases on Friday, bringing the total to 120. Critics argue that the decision was political and lacked consultation with health professionals. There are also calls for the government to invest in testing and isolation facilities to better manage the pandemic.

Southern Liech and Ruweng states Governors Dismissed

15 May 2019  |  Eye Radio
The article discusses the prevalence of polygamy in African countries, particularly in South Sudan, despite its association with poverty and negative impacts on families. It highlights the struggles of children in polygamous families, such as lack of food and education, as exemplified by the story of a student named Lual. The article also touches on the increased risk of sexually transmitted diseases in such families. Activists and legal experts, including Adhieu Malual Kuir of the National Alliance of Women Lawyers, argue for the prohibition of polygamy to alleviate suffering and promote women's and children's rights. The government's delay in ratifying the African Charter Protocol on Human Rights and the Rights of Women, also known as the Maputo Protocol, is criticized. The article concludes by noting the resistance to change, as seen in the arrest of a pastor and the closure of churches for preaching against polygamy.

Five-year plan unveiled to end fistula

01 Jan 2019  |  www.eyeradio.org
The government of South Sudan has launched a five-year National Obstetric Fistula Strategy to address the condition affecting over 60,000 women. Supported by the United Nations Population Fund and the Ministry of Health, the strategy includes an action plan, funding mechanisms, and roles for stakeholders. The initiative aims to uphold the human rights of affected women and girls, with a focus on prevention, treatment, and social reintegration. Key figures like Gillian Gutts and Aya Benjamin emphasize the importance of collective efforts and legislative support to combat obstetric fistula.

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