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Sunday William Mabior

Rumbek, South Sudan
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About Sunday
Sunday William Mabior is a journalist based in Rumbek, South Sudan. Former news editor at Radio Good News 89fm of the Catholic Diocese of Rumbek,and a producer for the station. I conduct interviews and write news.
Arabic English
Audio package (Radio / Podcast) Vox Pop News Gathering
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Miss Deaf Africa Urges South Sudan to Implement UN Convention Rights

13 Mar 2020  |  Catholic Radio Network for South Sudan and Nuba Mountains | CRN
The titleholder of Miss Deaf Africa has made a public appeal to the South Sudanese government to fulfill its obligations under the UN Convention on the rights of persons with disabilities. The article highlights the challenges faced by the deaf community in South Sudan, including social exclusion and lack of access to education and healthcare services. The Miss Deaf Africa ambassador is using her platform to advocate for the rights and inclusion of deaf individuals in society, emphasizing the need for government action to implement the UN Convention provisions. The article discusses the broader context of disability rights in Africa and the importance of international agreements like the UN Convention in promoting equal opportunities and protections for people with disabilities.

Challenging Traditional Gender Roles in South Sudan's Lakes State

13 Mar 2020  |  crossbordernet.org
The article discusses the efforts of a local community organization in South Sudan's Lakes State to challenge and change the traditional gender roles that have long been established in the region. The organization, known as Nonviolent Peace Force Youth Protection, is actively engaging with the youth to address societal practices that keep females in passive roles. The activists believe that these stereotypes contribute to underdevelopment at the family, community, and national levels. They emphasize the necessity of changing these norms to foster development and equality. The region, mostly inhabited by pastoralists, faces challenges in altering these deep-rooted beliefs, but the organization is committed to its mission.

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