CTSAMM highlights need to address conflict-linked SGBV and child recruitment 0

Forum organized by CTSAMM highlights need to address conflict-linked SGBV and child recruitment PRESS RELEASE 8 February 2018 A Gender Forum organized yesterday by CTSAMM highlights key provisions of the recently signed agreement related to addressing conflict–linked Sexual and Gender Based Violence and the recruitment and use of child soldiers in South Sudan. The half-day forum held at Crown Hotel in Juba under the theme “The Impact of the War on Civilians from a Gender Perspective” drew participants from UN Agencies, international organizations, diplomatic missions, civil society groups and the media. It was pointed out on the occasion that the Warring Parties have the obligation to comply with the implementation of the...

CTSAMM Convenes the Warring Parties for a 3 day Workshop on the Agreement on the Cessation of Hostilities in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. 0

On 24 January the Ceasefire and Transitional Security Arrangements Monitoring Mechanism (CTSAMM) convened a workshop comprising all the warring parties to orient them on the work of CTSAMM and to engage the parties regarding their obligations to declare their forces to enable effective monitoring of the recently signed Agreement on the Cessation of Hostilities (ACOH) signed in Addis Ababa in December, 2017.   In his opening remarks the CTSAMM Chairman, Maj. Gen. Ibrahim Abduljelill said “the peace process is at a pivotal point and in order to restore peace and stability in South Sudan, we must all enter into...

CTSAMM Condemns Recent Hostilities and Acts of Violence 0

The CTSAMM is closely following reports of recent hostilities taking place in different areas of the country including Duk County and Leer Town. The CTSAMM has subsequently launched investigations in these areas. CTSAMM would like to remind the Warring Parties of their obligation to cease all hostilities and protect civilians as is stipulated in the Agreement on the Resolution of the Conflict in South Sudan (ARCSS).   The CTSAMM would also like to reiterate that it works in an impartial, professional and thorough manner to investigate alleged breaches of the Permanent Ceasefire and Transitional Security Arrangements (PCTSA) on the basis...

GIZ officials visit CTSAMM HQ 0

Officials from GIZ paid a visit to CTSAMM on 19th October 2017, Dr. Ute Boettcher from the Governance and Conflict Section (Deutsch Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit) and Mr. Christian Gruenhagen, the Regional Program Manager for GIZ were briefed by the CTSAMM Chairman and select personnel on the organization’s history, mandate, activities, accomplishments and challenges. The Chairman noted that GIZ has provided critical support to CTSAMM; and CTSAMM remains grateful to GIZ for their continued support....

CTSAMM conducts SGBV training for Juba and Ayod MVT 0

From 7-8th September 2017, CTSAMM conducted training for its Juba and Ayod Monitoring and Verification Teams on how to report on gender dimensions on the Permanent Ceasefire and Transitional Security Arrangements violations. In line with article 1.7 of the Agreement on the Resolution of the Conflict in South Sudan, the two day training focused on the inclusion of the impacts, experiences and priorities of women, men, girls and boys in building up reports, cases and documents that are gender responsive in the Monitoring, Verification and Reporting process.  ...