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Mobile Courts in South Sudan

South Sudan’s legal system has been seriously neglected due to decades of conflict: lack of court infrastructure and justice services in remote areas; increased unaddressed cases and lengthy periods…  


Juba Central Prison VTC: Impact Stories

With the goal to help transform prisons in South Sudan into institutions for reform and reintegration, the Access to Justice and Rule of Law project helped establish a Vocational Training Centre in…  


Ministry of Trade, Embassy of Japan, UNDP and UN Women Launch New Centres for Economic and Livelihood Empowerment of Women and Youth in Yambio

The Minister of Trade and Industry, and East African Community Affairs Hon. Moses Hassan, together with Japanese Ambassador to South Sudan, His Excellency, Seiji Okada, UNDP and UN Women conducted a…  


Business Skills training for vulnerable women in Bor PoC site

In this story Elizabeth discusses her experience being part of the Village Savings and Loans project being run by SPEDP at the Bor PoC site.  


200 Women and Girls in Bor PoC Complete Six Month Training Programme in Livelihood Skills

A total of 221 women dedicated their time to learning vocational skills in tailoring, basic computer applications, bed sheet design, bakery, masonry and carpentry.  


Law enforcement and justice chain institutions in South Sudan examine ways to tackle Sexual and Gender Based Violence in the country

Forty judges, investigators, prosecutors and social workers countrywide, among them seven women, started a five-day training in Juba – Landmark Hotel - to enhance and upgrade their professional…  


Endline Study on Peace, Security and Sexual and Gender Based Violence in South Sudan

The study analyses progress on indicators from the 2015 baseline survey, and expanded to include indicators on access to justice and rule of law and Sustainable Development Goal (SDG), number 16.  


Improving SGBV Response in Yambio Through IGAD Civil Service Support

Local efforts are focusing on boosting institutional capacity for victim-centered responses to instances of special protection cases.  


First group of 100 rule of law women graduate in English and computer skills from Kampala University in Juba

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), in partnership with the national rule of law institutions (Ministry of Justice, Police, Prisons, and Judiciary) recently feted the graduation of the…  


Youth Innovation Challenge Winners Mentor Next Generation of Tech-Savvy Girls in South Sudan

The “Time-To-Shine” project was the third place winning proposal of UNDP’s Youth Innovation Challenge for Peace  

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