Torit, 6th June 2018. Baari and Omorwo camps, Oudo villages in Torit have resolved to end revenge attack among themselves peacefully and compensate families whose loved once have been killed with cattle.
The resolutions came after three days peace dialogue and reconciliation among Bur communities in Torit which concluded on Sunday.
The communities also resolve to form a committee to mark the corridor that borders the two villages and many others.
One of the Baari camp residents Martina Isuru says women are tired of the conflict in the area. She called on men to stop taking alcohol.
Isuru urges men to accept peace for the sake of their women and children.
Another woman from Omorwo camp, Idwa Joseph, says women have suffered a lot in the meaningless conflict.
Idwa hopes that killings and hatred among communities in the area will stop soon.
Galdino Sakondo is the greater Equatoria area Project Manager for Safer World.
Sakondo believes the dialogue is the beginning of peace instead of violence and urges the two villages to forget the past and start a new chapter of peace and focus on service delivery.
The conflict between the two camps started in 2013 as communities rivaled during cultivation, leading to the lost of a man, woman and child followed by revenged attacks and ambushes that increases the death toll to over forty people.