The three-week training examined a range of psychosocial, trauma recovery/healing, and peacebuilding concepts and practices.
Leaders will discuss their political differences, local community conflict drivers, and strategies to address cattle raiding, age-set youth violence and child abduction.
This study contributes to UNDP’s work with women, with regard to resolving peace and security issues in the region.
The Accelerator Lab launched a regular convening, called Meet and Greets, in June, to serve as a platform to highlight and celebrate the innovative work being done throughout the country. New solutions have captured our attention with three initiatives driving South Sudan forward and in the right direction from the Accelerator Lab. in South Sudan.
The series of seminars covered company registration; taxes and contracts; human rights; GBV; laws that offer protection, and how to seek for help.
How can youth innovation and ideas contribute to transformation of food systems to address food insecurity and achieve zero hunger (SDG 1) in South Sudan?
“Our work as women in Greater Pibor Administrative Area is to promote communities to live in peace and unity.”

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