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South Sudan Annual Reports
South Sudan Annual Report 2014The violent conflict that started in December 2013 reversed significant gains in peace and security made since independence. The conflict quickly changed the development context and made immediate humanitarian response the priority. UNDP along with other development organizations were forced to halt or realign programming to the new context.
South Sudan Annual Report 2013This Annual Report highlights the key achievements of UNDP South Sudan in the year 2013 and also touches upon the violent conflict that erupted in mid-December 2013 after which UNDP developed a crisis response programme focused on peace and reconciliation, early recovery and governance. UNDP has been present in South Sudan for nearly 40 years and has maintained its presence throughout the crisis, despite significant challenges in the operating environment. Following the outbreak of violence in December 2013, UNDP has adopted a flexible approach to our work with the government of South Sudan, ensuring that programmes are designed to address the emerging needs of communities most affected by the violence; are conflict sensitive and are in keeping with the Secretary General’s Human Rights Due Diligence Policy.
UNDP South Sudan Annual Report 2012This report highlights the achievements South Sudan has made since independence and focuses on the challenges that it faces to its development. UNDP continues to support South Sudan to help consolidate peace and revitalize the country's development programmes.
South Sudan Annual Report 2010This report takes stock of achievements made in 2009/2010 and provides momentum for meeting future demands. The year 2010 was the last full year of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA). UNDP partnered with government in helping to deliver some of the major milestones of the CPA. In April we supported the first nation-wide elections in South Sudan,while ensuring that extensive preparation went into the staging of the Referendum on self-determination. UNDP is focused on ensuring core functions of government are in place to manage the affairs of state, such as management of public finances and providing security and rule of law.
South Sudan Annual Report 2009This report outlines the successes made in 2009 and charts the way forward to ensuring stronger and more efficient delivery on commitments on the ground. During 2009, UNDP reconfigured its programme around three key areas: Democratic Governance; Poverty Reduction and MDGs; and Crisis Prevention and Recovery. It also expanded its work on issues such as capacity development, gender and knowledge management to support those core areas. UNDP focused its attention on the need to support government in providing and maintaining security, through rule of law and community security institutions, the justice system and the police.
Global Fund Annual ReportIn 2010 UNDP managed six Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM) grants on behalf of the people and Government of Southern Sudan. This report summarises the goals, activities and achievements of the Global Fund grants in 2010.
UNDP South Sudan Annual Report 2013
This Annual Report highlights the key achievements of UNDP South Sudan in the year 2013 and also touches upon the violent conflict that erupted in mid-December 2013 after which UNDP developed a crisis response programme focused on peace and reconciliation, early recovery and governance.
UNDP South Sudan Annual Report 2012
This report highlights the achievements South Sudan has made since independence and focuses on the challenges that it faces to its development. UNDP continues to support South Sudan to help consolidate peace and revitalize the country's development programmes.
Global Fund Annual Report
UNDP Global Fund Grants 2010
The main focus in 2010 was in strengthening capacity of national institutions to take the lead in programme management and implementation. The report highlights the successes of the six grants managed by UNDP on behalf of the people and Government of South Sudan, underlines the challenges encountered during the implementation stage, and charts a way forward.
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