The Rift Valley Institute and Juba in The Making, supported by the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs, will be hosting a discussion of the new film, And The Country Still Needs Us: A story of the chiefs of South Sudan, on Thursday 10 December from 16:00 to 17:30 EAT. The conversation will focus on the making of the film and key issues that it raises around traditional justice and the absence of women’s voices in traditional authorities.
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You can watch And The Country Still Needs Us here and register for the event here.
The videos below highlight a selection of chiefs' approaches to managing COVID-19 in their communities.