Southern Sudan: Rights and Responsibilities for Good Governance

Sudan, July 8, 2010

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Over the past 30 years, civil war and major social upheaval have shattered and distorted many of southern Sudan’s governance structures. With the peace agreement of 2004, CSOs in southern Sudan are now doing their part to get involved and encourage civic engagement at the community level as a basic element of good governance, the foundation for a just and lasting peace. Yet, for civic engagement to affect change, local government has to show receptivity. With a mission to match responsiveness with voice, Mercy Corps has developed an integrated approach for programming in southern Sudan.


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