“Japan acknowledges the critical importance of CTSAMVM monitoring functions and activities for promoting the implementation of the peace agreement and achieving durable peace and stability in South Sudan”- His Excellency the Japanese Ambassador to the Republic of South Sudan, Tsutsumi Naohiro March 23, 2023, Juba–South Sudan: The government of Japan has donated financial support to […]
CTSAMVM is participating in the IGAD programme management meeting in Djibouti. The meeting focuses on integrated planning, budgeting and monitoring Systems and performance improvement.
In line with #InternationalWomensDay2023 CTSAMVM in collaboration with CEPO, WAYEI and R-JMEC held a 2day workshop under the theme “Women United for Peace in S.Sudan.”
Chairman’s Remarks to 17th CTSAMVM Board Meeting -August Download
After decades of civil war, South Sudan reached a fragile peace in 2018. In this volatile environment,sexual and gender-based violence is still prevalent. The multinational body that monitors the South Sudanpeace agreement (CTSAMVM) has monitoring and verification teams (MVTs) located in nine of the mostconflict affected areas of the country. The MVTs patrol their areas
As we drive through the placid streets of Malakal in South Sudan, the youngest nation in theworld, an eerie sense of anticipation looms. Strategically located by the Nile in the northern partof the country and key to controlling oil fields, the city has seen a lot of combat over half acentury of civil wars. Ruins