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Hitting The Target, But Missing The Point?

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At the end of the five-year pilot phase of the New Deal, this report takes stock of the question of how bilateral and multilateral donors, as one of the main groups of signatories of the New Deal, have conceptualized and implemented their commitment to promote PSG1. On the basis of empirical evidence acquired through case…

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The New Deal Implementation in South Sudan

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This paper is a compilation of different key actors’ views (including South Sudanese civil society) of the New Deal implementation in South Sudan. It presents key recommendations drawn from the opinions expressed by the different actors interviewed or engaged in the process of developing the paper. Download

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New Approaches To Foreign Aid in Conflict-Affected Countries and Fragile Situations

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This report deals with recent trends in the ways in which international development aid is used to facilitate development and to prevent or transform violent conflict in areas of limited or contested statehood, based on a number of cases. South Sudan is one of the cases. Download

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South Sudan Fragility Assessment 2012

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South Sudan’s fragility assessment aims to provide a first, and still limited, overview of progress, challenges and priority actions to help the country advance towards resilience. It should be understood as a qualitative rather than quantitative exercise, intended to contribute to an improved understanding of fragility Download

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