and POLITICAL Participation
ABOUT US IN BRIEF
Eve is a South Sudanese Women Organization founded to contribute towards social change through promoting gender equity an equality,social justice,peace and dignity of women
"A vital value for enhancing mutual trust and building healthy partnerships.EVE organisation's pursuit for transparency and accountability ensure integrity in all aspects,promotes professionalism and in addressing women issues in South Sudan”
"We walk the talk and strive for excellence through flexibility, innovation and partnership. We design modalities to ensure that diversity accentuate advocacy efforts and impact. We promote the principle of value-for-money in resource allocation, utilization and reporting"
" We look at the bigger picture – the community. We create opportunities and a conducive environment for all interested stakeholders to participate in improving the overall situation of women in South Sudan. We are loyal in serving women and girls regardless of their origin. We do it with passion, determination and professionalism"
Our commitment is to promote equality through policy advocacy and capacity enhancement of women and girls to enable them participate and contribute to a peaceful and democratic South Sudan
While the Transitional Constitution of the Republic of South Sudan (TCRSS) as amended provides for a minimum of 25 percent and the Revitalized Agreement for the Resolution of Conflict in South Sudan (R-ARCSS) 2018
POLICY & RESEARCH
Eve organization has contributed to a number of studies on Women, Peace and Security in South Sudan. Since 2012, the organization led the in-country monitoring report on the implementation of the UNSCR 1235 in South Sudan.
Eve Organization Uganda was established in 2017 in response to the high number of displacement of South Sudanese after the 2016 violence in South Sudan. Uganda hosts the biggest number of South Sudanese refugees to date
Violence against women (VAW) is widespread in South Sudan. Sexual violence has particularly increased precariously with the return to conflict in December 2013 and 2016 due to rampant impunity among the armed forces
peace and social cohesion
The long decades of war with Sudan coupled with the December 2013 conflict in South Sudan has destroyed the social fabric of the country. It has left the country deeply divided.
The South Sudan Household Health Survey of 2010 (SSHHS) shows that 41% of households in South Sudan are headed by women, only 2.1 percent of South Sudanese households have water on their premises;
Young women Should position themselves
“A nation can only prosper and develop when young women and men claim the space and participate in decision making processes that affect their lives. South Sudan is a nation of the young and we should embrace education for a better future.” The Executive Director for Eve Organisation for Women Development, Rita Lopidia made this remark during the Incubator (Young Women Leadership Program) Annual Alumni Conference that brought together more than a hundred young women and men
Fighting Adolescent Pregnancies
A number of South Sudanese girls in candidate classes have not been able to return to school after the lockdown that was imposed on schools following the outbreak of Covid-19 pandemic. At the onset of the corona virus pandemic lockdown in March 2020, the Ministry of Health in partnership with the High-level Taskforce on Covid-19 declared a lockdown that affected educational institutions- an incident that has affected girls’ education