Community Consultation Reports

  • Eastern-Equatoria-community-consultation-report

    Consultations done in Eastern Equatoria in March – April 2010 aimed to determine the causes of conflict and develop action plans that would address these issues, as prioritised by members themselves. Specifically, the consultations aimed to: - Identify key insecurity concerns affecting community members with a focus on key priorities in addressing and mitigating insecurity; - Provide information on the trends and levels of community insecurity and conflict in a regional state; - Identify components of a wider peacebuilding and stabilisation framework for the regional state; - Identify priority areas based on consultation with local communities, which can then feed into the eventual state planning process; and - Form Local Steering Committees (LSCs) in each county to oversee the implementation of identified conflict-sensitive projects.

  • Upper Nile State: Community Consultation Report

    Community consultations in Upper Nile State were conducted to identify key insecurity issues and priorities, as well as assess the challenges of county governments in addressing insecurity. Most importantly, the exercise aimed to identify a wider peacebuilding and stabilisation framework for Upper Nile.

  • Lakes State: Community Consultation Report

    The consultations support conflict-sensitive initiatives identified at the county level. The strategy is tailored to enhance the visibility and legitimacy of government especially at lower levels. By fostering extensive dialogue and engagement between the communities and the state government, both parties can find solution to existing insecurity.

  • Warrap State: Community Consultation Report

    Consultations in Warrap were conducted on October - November 2010, covering all its six counties namely, Gogrial East, Gogrial West, Twic, Tonj North, Tonj East and Tonj South. The county consultations were part of a wider support process which included consultation teams undergoing training, engaging communities in active participation and holding a validation meeting with authorities.

  • Unity State: Community Consultation Report

    Community consultations in Unity were held in November-December 2011 and March 2012 in nine counties. The process employed Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) methods to collect data i.e. key informant interviews, community mapping, preference ranking and community action planning, in each of the nine counties.

  • Upper Nile State County Consultation Summary

    In 2010 the Community Security and Arms Control team at UNDP supported the government in undertaking consultations in more than half of the counties in South Sudan. The consultations were in many cases the first time these communities had had any interaction with government. It gave people from a broad cross-section of the community – women, elders, youth included – a chance to voice their concerns about security issues and to propose solutions. The summary classiifies sources of insecurity, outlines top priority interventions as identified by the community members and charts a way forward.

  • Lake State County Consultation Summary

    In 2010 the Community Security and Arms Control team at UNDP supported the government in undertaking consultations in more than half of the counties in South Sudan. The consultations were in many cases the first time these communities had had any interaction with government. It gave people from a broad cross-section of the community – women, elders, youth included – a chance to voice their concerns about security issues and to propose solutions.

  • Eastern Equatoria County Consultation Summary

    In 2010 the Community Security and Arms Control team at UNDP supported the government in undertaking consultations in more than half of the counties in South Sudan. The consultations were in many cases the first time these communities had had any interaction with government. It gave people from a broad cross-section of the community – women, elders, youth included – a chance to voice their concerns about security issues and to propose solutions.

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