December 3, 2012 (JUBA) - South Sudan’s Deputy Minister of Gender, Child and Social Welfare said Sunday that violence against women is one of the major contributing obstacles to the country’s development
Priscilla Joseph Kuch described violence against women as an abuse of human rights, pledging that her ministry would take necessary corrective measures to remedy situation and to restore trust and confidence in the country.
The Minister of Gender, Child and Social Welfare, she said, has (...)
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