Officers from different Police Training units attended a course on Human Rights: Safety & Protection of Journalists and Freedom of Expression

Dialogue session on security challenges women /Girls face in relations to security Agenda in western Bahr EL Gahzal state

CEPO advances Democratic Transformation by working to increase the number of girl child in Sudan's education sector

We strengthen local governance by engaging non-state actors in dialogues to enhance government accountability to communities

CEPO's adult literacy empowers women to learn to read and write. We believe that ”when you educate a women you educate a nation”

CEPO engages in sustainable income generating activities, such as soap-making, to support displaced people in South Sudan

EU Representatives Speaking during the conference Launching

We strengthen local national security policy by organizing community dialogues between security sector forces and local communities

We strengthen Democratic Transformation, Good Governance, Conflict Mitigation, Justice and Accountability.

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Leran about the impact CEPO has in South Sudan
Civil Society Organisations are increasingly concern by the recent conflict that has ridden South Sudan resulting to the death of hundreds and displacing thousands. This indicates non combatants civilians seeking humanitarian assistance as well as civil s

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