Human Rights Watch To Assess Humanitarian Situation Of IDPs In Yei, South Sudan

This article was last updated on May 28, 2022

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A representative from the Human Rights Watch Africa will be visiting Yei early next month to assess the humanitarian situation of the Internal Displaced Persons in the region.

Benson Khemis Soro, a Human Rights Activist in Yei. [Youtube Photo]

By Modi Gilbert

A human rights activist in Yei, Benson Khemis Soro said that the representative will meet with the IDPs to hear their untold situations.

“He will purposely come to visit the IDPs in Yei and to speak to the IDPs themselves and hear from their voices and from their lips this situation that they are really undergoing” said Benson.

The representative will also discus with the South Sudan human rights activist in Yei strategies to tackle issues of human right violations most especially the issue of the IDPs in the State, according to the human rights activist in Yei.

“As the representative will come, we will be able to discuss and forge some strategies to see how we can engage other stakeholders to developing at least a very good strategy to see to it that situations like these are bought to an end.”

South Sudan human rights activists in Yei have blamed the government and non-governmental organisations for the slow response in supporting the IDPs.

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