We Have Dignity, We Are Humans, We Need Help

July 16, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —– This report was compiled by five South Sudanese human rights and civil society organisations working inside and outside South Sudan. These organisations for about a week carried out series of interviews with some civilians, victims and eyewitnesses. The violence started in South Sudan’s capital, Juba, on 7 July 2016 and then fully erupted on 8 July 2016, at Presidential Palace. It erupted between the forces of the Sudan People’s Liberation Army(SPLA) loyal to the South Sudanese President Salva Kiir and the forces of the Sudan People’s Liberation Army-In Opposition(SPLA-IO) under the leadership of country’s First Vice President Riek Machar.

These organisations for about a week carried out series of interviews with some civilians, victims and eyewitnesses. The violence started in South Sudan’s capital, Juba, on 7 July 2016 and then fully erupted on 8 July 2016, at Presidential Palace. It erupted between the forces of the Sudan People’s Liberation Army(SPLA) loyal to the South Sudanese President Salva Kiir and the forces of the Sudan People’s Liberation Army-In Opposition(SPLA-IO) under the leadership of country’s First Vice President Riek Machar.

The violence started in South Sudan’s capital, Juba, on 7 July 2016 and then fully erupted on 8 July 2016, at Presidential Palace. It erupted between the forces of the Sudan People’s Liberation Army(SPLA) loyal to the South Sudanese President Salva Kiir and the forces of the Sudan People’s Liberation Army-In Opposition(SPLA-IO) under the leadership of country’s First Vice President Riek Machar.

It erupted between the forces of the Sudan People’s Liberation Army(SPLA) loyal to the South Sudanese President Salva Kiir and the forces of the Sudan People’s Liberation Army-In Opposition(SPLA-IO) under the leadership of country’s First Vice President Riek Machar.

The report specifically projects to light the  effects of the violence on civilians in capital Juba, who have been stranded and trapped indoors as well as those who are already in the protection camp sites manned by the United Nations Mission in South Sudan(UNMISS).

The report also brings to open the role of the state actors in perpetuating the violence and precipitating suffering of civilians. The report further briefly examines interventions taken by different stakeholders in the plight of civilians. The authors then make recommendations and appeals to South Sudanese authorities, regional and international bodies to quickly act to salvage the dire situations the civilians are going through and to save South Sudan from going back to

The report further briefly examines interventions taken by different stakeholders in the plight of civilians. The authors then make recommendations and appeals to South Sudanese authorities, regional and international bodies to quickly act to salvage the dire situations the civilians are going through and to save South Sudan from going back to

The authors then make recommendations and appeals to South Sudanese authorities, regional and international bodies to quickly act to salvage the dire situations the civilians are going through and to save South Sudan from going back to full-scale civil war whose effects will lead to its disintegration.

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2 comments

  • Otwani patrick

    Oh God come and save your children. Salver kiri and machar should find a peacefull way of sort out themselves and stop killing innocent civilians.

  • Tolio

    The report is a made up story to appease UN, Rwanda, regional countries and international communities to support military intervention, arms embargoes and sanctions designed to overthrow Kiir and his supporters.