CENTRAL EQUATORIA SUB–COMMITEEE REPORT

Published on the 12th September 2018

Yei River State Consultation

CENTRAL EQUATORIA SUB–COMMITEEE

REPORT

FOR

YEI RIVER STATE,

JUBEK STATE,

AND

TEREKEKA STATE.

ABBREVIATIONS

ARCSS: Agreement on Resolution of Conflict in South Sudan

AU: African Union

CBOs: Community Based Organizations

CPA: Comprehensive Peace Agreement

CSOs: Community Social Organizations

ECSS: Episcopal Church of South Sudan

IDPs: Internally Displaced Persons

IGAD: Inter-Governmental Authority on Development

IMF: International Monetary Fund

JMEC: Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission

ND: National Dialogue

NGOs: Non-Governmental Organizations

SPLA/M: Sudan People’s Liberation Army/ Movement

SPLM-IG: Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-In Government

SPLM-IO: Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-In Opposition

UN: United Nations

PART ONE & PART TWO

1. Executive Summary

1.1 Introduction

The Central Equatoria Sub-Committee of the National Dialogue was in the field for 45 days, beginning in Yei River State in October 2017, and proceeding to Juba, Capital of Jubek State. The team continued with consultations in Terekeka State and finalized the assignment by conducting meetings in Ganji and Lokiliri counties of Jubek State and in Tali County in Terekeka State in March 2018. The estimated total number of the people consulted, in 37 meetings, is 3,200, inclusive of all sectors of the communities targeted.

The mandate of the Sub-Committee was to guide the process of the National Dialogue, listen and document the concerns raised by the participants and ensure an environment of inclusivity, transparency, freedom of speech and full participation in the consultations.

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