Human Rights Clubs Launched In Secondary Schools In Western Lakes

The United Nation Mission in South Sudan, UNMISS in collaboration with Western Lakes State Ministry of Education on Wednesday launched the formation of Peace and Human Rights Clubs in Rumbek Secondary Schools.

By Mabor Riak Magok

RUMBEK, 03 March 2017 [Gurtong]-
The head of UNMISS in Rumbek Field office; Kwame Dawamina says the clubs will shape students to be good future leaders of South Sudan.

He revealed that the clubs will begin with debates to help in developing students’ public speaking skills.
 
The Education Minister, Francis Mabor Meen described the students as the future hope of South Sudan that needs to be developed.

Over 60 students from seven secondary schools and other stakeholders attended the launch of the human right clubs on Tuesday in Rumbek.
 

 

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