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This blog is written and maintained by the Wikiprogress Africa Network. This network, hosted by the OECD, aims to provide a platform for knowledge sharing on measuring progress and well-being in an African context.

Ce blog est administré et mis à jour par le réseau Wikiprogress Africa. Ce réseau, hébergé par l'OCDE, est une plateforme axée sur le partage de connaissances dans le domaine de la mesure du progrès et du bien-être des sociétés africaines.

mardi 21 mai 2013

South Sudan at a crossroads: humanitarian response in a changing context


Humanitarian needs are still strong in South Sudan, despite the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement between Sudan and South Sudan in 2005.Since 2011, over 187,000 refugees have arrived in Unity and Upper Nile States from Sudan and continuing inter-communal violence in Jonglei has affected more than 170,000 Southern Sudanese. The 2013 Consolidated Appeal for South Sudan estimates that an estimated 4.6 million people will need food and livelihoods support this year.

To address these issues, the Overseas Development Institute will seek to examine the humanitarian challenges that remain in South Sudan, from the drivers of conflict in Jonglei to constraints on humanitarian access. Speakers based in London and Juba, will reflect on these challenges based partly on their own experiences, through a live videocast.

This event will happen on May, 22nd  2013 11:00 - 13:00 (GMT+01 (BST))
Speakers:

IN JUBA
Dr Luka Biong Deng
 – Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School, JFK School of Government and former representative of the President of the Republic of South Sudan on the Abyei Joint Oversight Committee

Toby Lanzer – UN Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Resident Development and Humanitarian Coordinator, South Sudan

Dr. Jok Madut Jok – Executive Director of the Sudd Institute and Undersecretary in the Ministry of Culture and Heritage, Government of South Sudan

IN LONDON 
Sandrine Tiller – Programmes Advisor: Humanitarian Issues, Médecins Sans Frontières UK

Sarah Pickwick – Policy Officer, Tearfund

Chair:

Sara Pantuliano – Head, Humanitarian Policy Group, ODI

For more information about this event, please visit this website
For the live coverage, follow #JubaCalling on Twitter 


Wikiprogress Africa Coordinator

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