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Support to South Sudan Peace Process

UK aid from the British people

Project Data Last Updated: 05/08/2021

IATI Identifier: GB-GOV-1-301341

Description

The programme funds five subject matter experts (Advisers) in two monitoring bodies in South Sudan that are responsible for overseeing the implementation of the Peace Agreement (RJMEC and CTSAMVM). The objective of the advisers’ efforts in Juba are to increase accountability, effectiveness and inclusivity. The expected results are 1) Systems and processes established to reduce violence and divisions and promote peace in South Sudan at a national and sub-national level and; 2) Improved preparedness of national and regional actors and resilience, including within the peace process, and support the formation of a national unity government. This support strengthens our ability to achieve a comprehensive peace deal.

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