CEAWCCommittee for the Eradication of Abduction of Women and Children (Sudan)
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The International Eminent Persons Group (IEPG) noted in its 2002 report that CEAWC "has suffered from a lack of transparency and slack financial management, while CEAWC structures mushroomed," and that "there are, therefore, legitimate questions over the cost-benefits of the initiative.
According to a leading member of the now dissolved CEAWC, James Aguer Alic, approximately 35,000 Southern Sudanese remain enslaved in Northern Sudan, (Reuters, "Misseriya and Dinka Grapple with History of Child Abduction," Aweil, Nov.
There are around 35,000 women and children still away, all over Sudan," said CEAWC leader James Aguer on Thursday.