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The voices of young people need to be heard in South Sudan,especially those at the heart of conflict. The current generation has not lived in peace. Just after celebrating independence, they were soon confronted with yet another war between government, and the opposition forces-The number of young people losing their lives because of inter-communal attacks — cattle raiding, or revenge attacks, is rising.
PEOPLE OF SOUTH SUDAN NEED YOUNG GENERATION TO LEAD THE WAY.
Introducing a power-sharing government comprised of the different ethnic groups.
Decentralising the government and building a federal system of legislatures across the country.
South Sudan declared independence from Sudan in 2011, becoming the world’s newest country, with the backing of Western nations. But two years later, civil war erupted in South Sudan.
The South Sudanese Civil War was a conflict in South Sudan between forces of the government and opposition forces.About 400,000 people are estimated to have been killed in the war, and still continue, the State Department, revealed that about half of the dead were killed in fighting between ethnic rivals as it spread across the country, and the other half died from disease, hunger and other causes exacerbated by the conflict.