The #MGCSW and UNFPA was pleased to present and launch a short #film “Temporary” by Wani Lokulang, to commemorate the #IWD2022 .

Temporary film burner on display

” the film is an attribute to all the survivors and their families and supporters who are standing up against such acts of sexual and Gender Bassed Violence (#SGBV ).The objective of this film is to raise awareness that sexual violence is a crime .It is therefore our responsibility as a family, friends and community and society to break the silence and support the survivors of #SGBV
( Copyright: temporary film )
Hon. Aya Warille

The minister of gender child and social welfare, Hon. Aya Warille giving her remarks.

The minister stated that she was glad by the actions being collectively undertaken by key stakeholders to institute actions against the abuse of women and girls. she further stated that actions must be taken  to ensure accountability to prevent #GBV , provide services to survivors and ensure justice is done.

The Minister of gender further congratulated  Mr. Wani Lokulang and the actors for a well portrayed film and requested for the film to be available and shared with the general public so as to keep raising awareness.

Participants viewing the film

The panel discussion, which compromised of, (from left to right: Judge Francis Amum, Mr. Markus Larsson, Ms. Jackline Nasiwa, Ms. Janet Diko, Ms. Josephine Kiden) further gave their inputs to the film and discussed further on the topic of SGBV.


The panel discussion during the viewing of the film. 

The minister also thanked the partners UNFPA , and Embassy of Canada to South Sudan for their continued support.

participants giving their comments during the pannel discus

Mr. Wani Kulang giving his remarks