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Congestion in the Malakal Protection of Civilian (PoC) Site, South Sudan

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At the time of writing in March 2017, the lack of physical humanitarian space in the PoC is having a major impact on service access with congestion cutting across and linking the different problems faced in the difference sectors. At the same time, overcrowding is increasing the dependency of people on UNMISS and humanitarian agencies,…

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Statebuilding and legitimacy: experiences of South Sudan

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In 2005, the Government of Sudan and the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement / Army concluded a peace agreement, formally ending the 22-year-old civil war. Following a referendum, South Sudan seceded; donors put billions toward the new state and Sudan’s recovery, supporting – among other things – the development of new state institutions for both countries.…

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South Sudan Country Evaluation Brief

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The purpose of this Country Evaluation Brief is to present relevant knowledge about donors’ development efforts in South Sudan. The brief systematises relevant findings from existing evaluations of development interventions in the country. Download

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Livelihoods and conflict in South Sudan

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This briefing paper recommends a rethink in the way that aid actors approach questions of recovery and livelihood. Rather than a simplistic either/ or approach, what is needed is a much more localised and deeper analysis of conflict, inter-communal grievances and inter-communal relations.

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Everything Changes to Remain the Same? State and Tax Reform in South Sudan

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By looking at three case-studies of taxation and private sector regulation reforms, the paper will show how the overlapping and often contradictory regulatory frameworks of the state provide the setting for bricolage strategies by different actors. These actors, and particularly state officials, rely on a variety of institutional resources to implement, resist or remake certain…

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South Sudanes Local Organisation’s Data Analysis Report

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This report from 2012 aims at providing insight into the realities of local organizations’ existence and operation in South Sudan as well as giving a basic analysis of the influencing factors in South Sudan that steer local organization’s decisions and actions. Download

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Mapping Social Accountability: An Appraisal of Policy Influence on Service Delivery in South Sudan, 2006-2011

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How might less-informed policy-making lead to social injustice? How do the Government of South Sudan’s budgeting decisions impact the delivery of security, health services, and education at the local level? This study from 2012 analyzes institutional data, including government’s approved budgets, educational enrollments, health conditions and mortality rates, in order to map how social accountability…

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Getting it Right from the Start: Priorities for Action in the New Republic of South Sudan

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This report (2011) presents the views of 38 aid agencies working on peace-building, development, and humanitarian assistance in South Sudan. It highlights ten priority areas for action that, in the view of NGOs operating in South Sudan and based on lessons learnt during the CPA interim period, should have been prioritised by donors in the…

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Health Sector Recovery in Early Post-Conflict Environments: Experience from Southern Sudan

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Against the background of the health sector policy processes unfolding after the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement in early 2005 (GoS and SPLM, 2005), this article (2010) assesses the issues at stake and the challenges that have emerged in southern Sudan. Its intention is to contribute to a deeper understanding of postconflict reconstruction processes…

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Strengthening Good Governance for Development Outcomes in Southern Sudan

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This report asserts that the Government of Southern Sudan (GoSS) emerged after the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) with an unprecedented amount of revenue, derived from oil, for a young government after a 20 year civil war. GoSS faced the challenge associated with dependence on natural resource revenue/rents along with little financial management…

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Sudan Local Governance Assessment

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The purpose of this assessment is to inform the development of an integrated, multi-sectoral program to support the CPA by delivering tangible peace dividends. This will be done through building capacity of state and county governments to effectively engage citizens and address their needs. Data for this assessment was gathered through review of official documents,…

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Elections in Sudan: Learning from Experience

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This report examines Sudan’s considerable history of elections, and asks why, despite the apparent success of 1953, multi-party elections have not so far produced the kind of stable yet dynamic government in Sudan that the secret ballot is intended to encourage. The report argues that failures of government should not be construed as evidence of…

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South Sudan Urban Development Strategy

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The purpose of this paper from 2008 is to present the development of a sustainable, affordable and realistic urban development strategy that can respond to the immediate needs of GOSS, to minimize the lack of an urban structure capable of supporting a comprehensive economic development effort, to provide shelter for IDPs, RRs and rural migrants,…

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Joint Assessment Mission Sudan Volume III: Cluster Reports

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The Sudan Joint Assessment Mission (JAM) (2005) was carried out jointly by the World Bank and the United Nations, with the full endorsement, guidance and participation of the Government of Sudan (GOS) and the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM). Through a joint process with Sudanese counterparts, the JAM has looked at eight thematic areas (institutional…

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