South Sudan Country Policy Environment: A Call for Institutional Readiness Assessment

To be funded by United States Institute of Peace (USIP) — On July 9, 2011, the Republic of South Sudan celebrated its independence. The country began its life with significant natural resources and a binding narrative of triumph and freedom, but with a legacy of over 50 years of conflict and an extremely low level of physical, human and institutional development (2012:1). The above passage from the World Bank is an important point of departure for this concept note on the urgency for an institutional assessment as one of the key pre-requisites for recovery and resilience programs, which the development partners are formulating.

 Feb. 18. Institutional Readiness Needs Assessment

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