DR Congo: End The Horrific Suffering in Eastern Congo

 In a joint statement released on April 23, ENOUGH joined over 60 international and Congolese human rights and aid groups in calling on the United Nations and the key international players that helped negotiate a recent ceasefire agreement, to appoint a high level independent special advisor on human rights for eastern Congo to ensure the protection of civilians at risk, specifically women and girls threatened by sexual violence.Read the statement here

“This is a humanitarian catastrophe on an enormous scale. It demands urgent and concrete action by all parties to the agreement as well as by the international community,” said Colin Thomas-Jensen, Policy Advisor of ENOUGH. “Getting the parties to sign an agreement was an important first step, but now we must move to the next step of helping people return home in safety and security.”

Read the statement here

Check out ENOUGH’s latest report on the Democratic Republic of Congo






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