News & views | 6 July 2018 | by Helena de Jong0
Human Security Survey Outcomes 2017: Jubek, South Sudan
To effectively protect civilians it is essential to know what these civilians think, experience and need in terms of their security. The Human Security Survey (HSS) is a methodology developed by PAX’s Protection of Civilians team to collect data and facilitate constructive dialogue about civilians’ experiences, perceptions, and expectations in situations of conflict. In July 2017, 525 surveys have been collected across Jubek (Rejaf and Mangalla county) in South Sudan.This infographic provides an overview of the main findings of the survey in Jubek.
In December 2017, PAX and its local partner SSANSA travelled to Jubek for a community security dialogue. During the community security dialogue the initial survey findings were presented and local community stakeholders engaged in a dialogue about security issues that warrented follow-up.