Invitation to “Neighborhood Advocacy for Peace” Event

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A Neighbourhood Advocacy for Peace event will be held in Juba this weekend to promote understanding of the Revitalized Agreement on the Resolution of Conflict in South Sudan and to give community members the opportunity to talk directly to political leaders.

The one-day event at the Medan Zahara playground in Konyo Konyo will include remarks from members of the National Pre-Transitional Committee and the opportunity for a question and answer session. Representatives from the Juba City Council, Kator Block and Juba Block will also attend the event which is hosted by the United Nations Mission in South Sudan and the Reconstituted Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission (R-JMEC).

Media outlets are cordially invited to attend. Please find, attached, a copy of the invitation card for your reference.

Date:            Saturday 12th October 2019 Venue:         Medan Zahara playground Konyo Konyo – Juba Time:           12:30 – 16:30 hrs. For those who require transport to and from the venue, registration and further information, please contact: Peter Okello at [email protected]

Program of Event Neighborhood Advocacy for Peace “Building Durable Peace Together in South Sudan” Date: 12 October 2019, Venue: Midan Zahara in Konyo Konyo, Time: 12h30 – 04h30PM





Arrival of audience and invited



Arrival of Guest of Honor

Hon. Angelina Teny


Prayers Christian/Muslim



Performance by Bari Cultural Groups

Bari Cultural Groups


Introduction of the event

Mr. Julio V. Osman


Welcome remarks by local authority

Mayor of Juba City Council


Presentation 1 of R-ARCSS

Eng. Santino K. Anyieth


Performance by Zande Cultural Group

Zande Cultural Group


Presentation 2 of R-ARCSS

Mr. Thomas Duoth


Performance by Comedian

Wokil Jesh Commando


Presentation 3 of R-ARCSS

Hon. Simon Ngbidigi


Questions & Answers on R-ARCSS

Hon. Simon Ngbidigi


Remarks by RJMEC



Remarks by women representative

Women Representative


Remarks by parties to the R-ARCSS



UNMISS performance



Remarks by UNMISS



Remarks by Governor

Jubek State Governor


Performance by Musician

Beat Toni


Remarks by NPTC Representative

NPTC Representative


Remarks by Guest of Honor

Hon. Angelina Teny


Performance by Musician

Beati Toni


End of program


Distributed by APO Group on behalf of United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS).

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