Blogs | 27 November 2018 | by Anton Quist0
Human Security Survey Results Presented in Bor
From 27-29 November this week, the results from the Human Security Survey conducted across Jonglei State last March will be presented during a workshop in Bor, the capital of Jonglei State. Around forty participants will be present, representing local government, police, other security actors, chiefs, women and youth across Bor South, Twic East and Duk counties, where 560 surveys where collected in three weeks’ time. The Civil Affairs Division of UNMISS in Bor is also present.
Ten local enumerators where trained by PAX & SSANSA previous to the data collection in their home areas. The surveys they have collected were analyzed at PAX headquarters in Utrecht, before being summarized in the infographics we publish on placemat size.
After presenting the main survey data, receiving feedback and responding to questions, we will engage in another 2 days of community security dialogue in which the developments in the local security situation since our last survey collection in the first half of 2017 were discussed, while the local Community Security Committee presents its follow-up activities undertaken in the meantime.
At the end of the 2-day dialogue session, the participants will agree on a new set of priorities that the local communities wish to see addressed. The Community Security Committee will then make an action plan based on these priorities and will start organizing campaigns and other follow-up activities directed at improving awareness and tangible results in the local security situation across Jonglei State.