This study, “Risk Assessment of the Mining Industry in South Sudan: Towards a Framework for Transparency and Accountability”, was commissioned by Ebony Center for Strategic Studies. It commenced in the second week of May 2019 and was completed by the first week of June. Mr. Azaria Gillo, a geologist working in the Ministry of Mining was my research assistant and his contribution led to the success of the research work. I thank him very much.
The Impact of Charcoal Trade on Ecology and Economy of South Sudan is an ongoing project funded by the Norwegian Government. Contact us for more information.
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.
Position Title: Program Coordinator (General Administration & Support Services and Program Services) in Juba, South Sudan, 24 months, subject to renewal based on performance and availability of funds. The purpose will be to manage and coordinate all the programs (research and otherwise) of the Ebony Center supported by various funders.
Dr. Lual Deng With Deputy President of South Africa at a retreat outside Cape Town for national dialogue leadership.
Dr. James Okuk WOJ – This is my pleasure to present this simple of the strategic policy paper I want to appreciate Dr. Lual who motivated our team to come up with something and a policy, rather than that we collected ourselves from different places, some of us are in Juba and two ladies out from juba. We discussed ways of who to come out with this polices and we were from different background from equatorial, greater Bahr el Ghazal and upper Nile men and female. We finally come out with this paper which we called power of ideas. So let go to the second part of the presentation.