Juba, 29th July 2017. The South Sudanese Network for Democracy and Elections or SSuNDE is in a half day workshop Saturday releasing a security survey report.
The survey was conducted in March on the opinion of citizens about government intervention to improve security situation in Juba between December 2016 and March 2017.
The civil population largely appreciated the intervention in December to improve security situation in Juba, says Rajab Mohandis, SSuNDE Executive Director
He says SSuNDE is interested to follow up on the development and establish working relations with the security sector to contribute to the safety of the civilians in Juba city and the whole country.
The Director says the findings and recommendations of the report would help security sector institutions in public policy decisions in the future.
The workshop 80 participants: 60 from security sector institutions and 20 from SSuNDE are expected to attend the workshop, he says.
Minister of Interior Michael Chanjiek Gai and other national government officials are expected to grace the function.