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Supporting Safe Sanitation and Preventing Gender-Based Violence in South Sudan

A women’s dialogue group gathers to discuss how they have been socialized into subordinate gender roles in Juba, South Sudan. Photo credit: L. Nabie/IOM
Men and women work together on household latrine construction in Twic, South Sudan. Photo credit: M. Gobena/IOM
A men’s dialogue group gathers for peer discussion and personal reflection on how men are socialized to use violence and limit women’s decision-making roles in the household and community in Juba, South Sudan. Photo credit: L. Nabie/IOM
Facilitators conduct a community-led total sanitation triggering event in Twic, South Sudan. Photo credit: M. Gobena/IOM

“When we talk about gender issues, we are not only talking about women, we are also bringing men into the equation.”

Women are included in the training of a manual drilling team in Twic, South Sudan. Photo credit: IOM

“The change must start with us, within our teams.”

A community water management committee meets under the water yard system in Juba, South Sudan. Photo credit: M. Gobena/IOM

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