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Emergency Trust Fund for Africa
Project

Building Sustainable Peace and Reconciliation in South Sudan

In September 2018 a Revitalised Agreement on the resolution of the conflict in the Republic of South Sudan (R-ARCSS) was signed. This is a step in the right direction towards peace in the country. This project aims to sustain reconciliation initiatives and promote accountability mechanisms and justice.

Main objectives

The overall objective of the project is to contribute to building sustainable peace and reconciliation in South Sudan.

1. Facilitate reconciliation, with a focus on grass-roots / local level
2. Support oversight, monitoring and accountability mechanisms of peace agreement / peace process
3. Promote a comprehensive approach to transitional justice

 

Contracts

 

Norwegian Church Aid (NCA)

EUR 1 900 000

Grassroot level peace building and reconciliation activities support

 

Reconstituted Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission Secretariat

EUR 2 000 000 

Supporting the monitoring and overseeing of the implementation of the Revitalized Agreement on the Resolution of the Conflict in South Sudan

 

Business & Strategies Europe 

EUR 598 250

Technical Support for transitional justice

 

Swisspeace 

EUR 301 750 

Strengthening Local Conflict Prevention and Resolution Mechanisms in South Sudan

 

 

Action Fiche

2 MARCH 2023
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Region and Country
  • Horn of Africa
Thematic
  • Improved governance and conflict prevention
Partner
  • Swisspeace 
  • Norwegian Church Aid
  • Business & Strategies Europe 
  • Reconstituted Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission Secretariat

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