A civil society activist has called on the IDPs to demand all the parties to the peace agreement to implement the accord so that they will be able to leave POCs.
Earlier this month, UNMISS boss said the situation at the POCs is not favorable for families and up-bringing of children.
Speaking to Eye Radio, the Executive Director for Christian Agency for Peace and Development, Peter Malir Biar, said the IDPs should own the deal by strongly demanding the signatories to implement it.
Biar said his organization has scheduled to launch a campaign called “Beledna Awel” which will take place this Friday on the International peace day.
“This is going to be a continues campaign and I want to urge the IDPS that this is actually the opportunity for them to start to demand for peace and work harder and being able to come out of those sites,” he stressed.
Mr Malir added that the campaign will continues to strongly advocate and push all the parties to the agreement to making sure all guns are silence so that IDP’s have a free space to live their lives, reconcile with their families, and reconcile with their communities and neighbors and be able to build the lives normally.
He said the campaign targets the youth and IDPs in Bor, Jonglei state, and South Sudan at large.