South Sudan: Finding local partners when civil society has been weakened by war

From Oxfam Horn, East and Central Africa Blog Tue Feb 19 2013, 04:13:51

After a difficult start, Oxfam's fragile states project Within and Without the State has been making significant and exciting progress in South Sudan over the last few months. The team are now at the stage of selecting civil society organisation (CSO) partners, which has proved a challenging process after decades of war in South Sudan. [...]

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