2 edition of State building and development in South Sudan found in the catalog.
State building and development in South Sudan
Riek Machar Teny
|Statement||[contributors, Riek Machar Teny ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||African Research and Resource Forum, Heinrich Böll Foundation (Nairobi, Kenya), Jāmiʻat Jūbā. Markaz Dirāsāt al-Salām wa-al-Tanmiyah|
|LC Classifications||DT157.5 .S73 2011+|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||108 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||108|
|LC Control Number||2012311107|
Based on years of unique access to Islamists, generals, and business elites, Harry Verhoeven tells the story of Africa's most ambitious state-building project in the modern era and how Sudan's gamble to instrumentalise water to consolidate power is linked to globalisation, Islamist ideology, and intensifying geopolitics of the by: 7. South Sudan, as a brand-new nation, can learn from those nations, which gone through their nation-building, as well as their state-building challenges. May God bless our nation! Ambassador, Dhanojak Obongo, is the author of the book titled: Clash of Two Cultures. He was the Deputy Head of Mission of the South Sudan Embassy in the United States.
They make a major contribution to building a baseline of information about the state of South Sudan’s environment against which to measure future change. This book . the new State and co-leading the Economic Development Pillar of the South Sudan National Development Plan (SSDP), with particular emphasis on infrastructure and aid coordination. By late, the AfDB had initiated work to assist the Government in preparing detailed needs assessments in agriculture and infrastructure sub-sectors (energy, transport.
By foregrounding the relationship between the crises of the state and the politics of ethnicity in South Sudan, the book explores new potentialities in finding an alternative pathway redirect and unleash the creative energies and capacities of the peoples in South Sudan for meaningful social and economic : Hardcover. Following independence, and as a first step towards state-building, the Government of South Sudan launched the first South Sudan Development Plan (SSDP), with the broad engagement of the United Nations, covering the interim period from independence to the end of The Government and the United Nations formulated the.
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Theme “State Building and Development in South Sudan”, held in Juba on 22nd - 23rd September, Discussions about the conceptualisation of the dialogue theme started with a few individuals in the Government of South Sudan (GoSS), academics from the University of Juba, Centre for Peace and Development Studies (CPDS) and other parts of.
This rapid literature review collates lessons from major evaluations and learning reviews from development, state-building and stabilisation programming in South Sudan since independence in DownloadAuthor: Sian Herbert. Get this from a library.
State building and development in South Sudan. [Riek Machar Teny; African Research and Resource Forum.; Heinrich Böll Foundation (Nairobi, Kenya); Jāmiʻat Jūbā.
Markaz Dirāsāt al-Salām wa-al-Tanmiyah.;]. South Sudan: Hope for the Best, Plan for the Worst. Monday, October 7, By: David Deng; Aly Verjee With little more than a month left before a new transitional government is set to assume power in South Sudan, efforts to keep the latest peace agreement on track are becoming more urgent, even as most key pre-transition deadlines have been missed and the political will of.
South Sudan: International State -Building and its Limits February 8 the shift from a subsistence economy to commercial production will proceed but very slowly. Furthermore, the rural population is largely out-side the reach of the state.
With around million inhabitants distributed across an area almost the size. With its secession from Sudan on July 9,South Sudan not only gained its eagerly-awaited independence, but also embarked onto the long road of state building.
Over the past several months, the new country has begun to confront the myriad challenges it faces in sustainable development, good governance, and capacity building. In addition, the world's newest state is.
Febru (SSNA) — The violent conflict that began in December until is the gravest challenge, facing South Sudan’s fragile peacebuilding and state-building processes. The humanitarian costs of the crisis continue to be extremely high, with one in four people displaced, four in ten severely food-insecure and thousands of.
Zambakari, Christopher. "Nation and State Building in South Sudan: Violence, Development, and Democracy." Business, Peace and Sustainable Development (3 Cited by: 1. The recent conflict in South Sudan, in which thousands are reported to have been killed and over half a million civilians displaced, gives cause to reflect on peacebuilding and state building efforts in Africa.
In South Sudan, the swing from the elation of self-determination to desperation at the possible return to civil war did not happen. In book: State Building and Development in South Sudan: Priorities for Development Policy Research, Edition: 1st Edition, Publisher: ARRF, Editors: George Omondi, pp.
So far in this book, the exploration of the dynamics of land control and urban development in Juba has been limited to relations between state and local elites and to wider debates about authority over territory and political jurisdiction. Yet, local state-building in Juba was not only comprised of interactions between elites.
Naseem Badiey examines the local dynamics of the emerging capital city of Juba, Southern Sudan, during the historically pivotal transition period following the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA).
Focusing on the intersections of land tenure reform and urban development, she challenges the dominant paradigm of 'post-conflict reconstruction' and re-conceptualizes.
Get this from a library. State building in South Sudan: priorities for development policy research. [Dorothy Nyong'o; African Research and Resource Forum,;].
This book examines post-secession and post-transition state building in Somaliland, Somalia, South Sudan and Sudan. It explores two intimately linked, yet analytically distinct themes: state building and national identity reconstruction following.
Second Chance At Building A State in South Sudan. South Sudan is sliding toward full-scale civil war but there is a way for peace talks to. Therefore, at the book’s core is its attention to narrating the historical achievement of Sudan as a nation-state, given that it was only in ‘the s [when] the national territorial perspective had won out over the concepts of imperial and local economic management that had the upper hand in the s’ (56).Author: Zhe Yu Lee.
The Dark Side of State Building: South Sudan Published J By Nate Haken & Patricia Taft. Failed States Index For sustainable human security, statebuilding is. Abstract. Chapter 5 analyses the challenges to state building in South Sudan following its breakaway.
It interrogates the political culture that informs the state-building endeavour, the suitability of federalism and the harmonisation of various state : Faiz Omar Mohammad Jamie. Statebuilding and legitimacy Experiences of South Sudan 5esearcKin OiveOioods and services affected by conflict 5 birth of the South Sudanese state in We therefore underline the importance of historical antecedents of policies and practices of the GoSS during the Interim Period () and subsequently of the South Sudanese state.
In South Sudan, the party is over and the majority of the world's media has moved on. Once the novelty factor of the world's newest country has faded, what comes next is the hard task of building.
The African Development Bank Group and the Republic of South Sudan have a history of cooperation, which started after the signing on 9th January of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement, brokered by the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD).
South Sudan became a member of the African Development Bank in Mayand in September .Part of a series of U.S. Institute of Peace reports on state building in South Sudan, this report asserts that equality between women and men and among women—as well as women’s security, economic empowerment, and meaningful participation—should be central benchmarks to state building in South Sudan, not.
Sometimes criticised as being an unelected group of old men, they will nevertheless play a vital role in South Sudan’s steps to building viable, effective, local government institutions.
This policy brief looks at chiefs and suggests that initiatives to foster sustainable, inclusive, and participative state-building and development at the.