I am one out of millions of South Sudanese women, I can never represent all South Sudanese women but maybe many South Sudanese women can identify with my experiences.


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ABOUT ME

Aluel Manyok Barach Atem is a Development Economist with passion for Gender and Conflict Transformation.

She Co-founded www.crownthewoman.org a feminist young South Sudanese Women founded and led National Nongovernmental Organization Based in Juba, South Sudan where she currently serves on the board. She is the South Sudan women’s representative to the Board of  www.ctsamm.org a mechanism mandated to monitor compliance by the signatory Parties and armed groups, either under their control or invited to support them, to the Revitalized Agreement on the Resolution of the Conflict in South Sudan (R-ARCSS) signed in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, in September, 2018.

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