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Contributed by

Valerie Brown

Subject

IRM, DRR, Resilience, Livelihoods, Gender

Country

Horn of Africa, South Sudan

Date

16 March 18

Credit

Cordaid

Document type

Case study, Factsheet, Article

Caption

LOCATION Wau County, Beselia Payam, Mboro Boma
IMPLEMENTER Women Development Group (WDG)
CASE WRITER Rabha Elis

Document extract

Natalina is 54 years old and a mother of 9 children. She is the
leader of a women network in Mboro Boma. Thirty women from
Mboro are member of this women network, of which 7 have an
executive role. The Women Development Group (WDG) established
the network in 2015 and trained Natalina and the other
members on the ‘Barometer of local women’s security’. This
approach aims to empower rural women to raise their voice
and demand for peace and security, build their resilience to
conflict, whilst also taking the lead in promoting peace and
security initiatives in their communities.

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