CISPO launches five years master plan to end GBV
By Wek Atak Kacjang
The Community Initiative for Sustainable Peace Organization (CISPO) has launched afive years master plan to end Gender Based Violence (GBV).
The plan is also intended to address conflicts byvarious communitiesand creates a clear, measurable vision within the next five years of sustainability efforts.
Speaking to Press over the weekend, the Executive Director for CISPO Francis WajoWani said that his organization is proud to show a focused Physical Facilities Sustainability Master Plan to end issue of Gender Based Violence in various communities.
“We are deep to the persistent pursuit of sustainability efforts within Physical Facilities, and this new master plan provides the framework for us to keep working toward a more sustainable future in a manner that is motivated but still achievable.”Wajo said.
He added that the organization have learned a lot of experience over the past periodregarding early girl child marriage, the plan addresses the following key issuesrelated to conflict resolution, early child marriagein the community.
“It is important for us to identify goals that are achievable, but also practical. We are excited to launch our master plan and believe that pursuing these steps now will lead to more innovation and opportunities in the future,” he added
He revealed that CISPO is working to access violation of Gender Based Violence on human rights. Many factors interact to place a child at risk of marriage, including poverty, the perception that marriage will provide protection, family honour, social norms, customary or religious laws that overlook the practice, an inadequate legislative framework and the state of a country’s civil registration system.