Ana Taban is a South Sudanese artists’ collective dedicated to bringing peace to the country. It is formed of young painters, muralists, musicians, designers, poets and performers. First started in 2016 by the artist Jacob Bul Bior, the campaign uses various art forms such as: street theatre, in the form of forum theatre ; music; graffiti; mural painting; sculpture; poetry. It also produced a comic book, with support from Search for Common Ground, entitled ‘Mou and Keji Get Justice at Last’, to speak about social injustice, government accountability, and transparency. Murals completed by the artists of Ana Taban can be viewed throughout Juba, the capital city of South Sudan, and depict messages of hope as well as frustration at the ongoing conflict. Current projects of Ana Taban include the Hagana School Clubs, where they work with secondary schools in Juba to mentor young artists. They also host the Hagana Festival, an annual artists’ event designed to encourage young people in South Sudan to actively contribute to the peace process in their country. In 2018 the festival attracted more than 13,000 people.