Peacebuilding and CPA Implementation

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H.E. Pagan Amum
Minister
 

Minister's Profile:

 

 

 

Mandate:

To promote peace, healing, reconciliation, unity and dialogue amongst institutions and the people of Southern Sudan.

 

Vision:

A united, peaceful and prosperous Southern Sudan where equality, respect for human rights are upheld. 

 

Mission:

The Ministry of Peace and CPA Implementation will commit itself to the realization of peaceful and harmonious co-existence of the people of Southern Sudan and its neighbours through the promotion of transparent engagement in dialogue, reconciliation and consensus building for national healing, peace and development.  

 

Specific Objectives
The six objectives of the Ministry slated for 2011 are as follows:

 

  1. Consolidating , monitoring and promoting the CPA
  2. Building unity among our people, championing the agenda for national healing and reconciliation within and among communities in cooperation with partners through south – South dialogue and people to people process
  3. Transforming conflict by the development of early warning & Rapid Response mechanisms
  4. Cross boarder peace building within the region
  5. Developing peace ,good governance, participatory democracy and human development policies and network at local, regional and international levels
  6. Building the capacity of the Ministry and traditional structures in the pursuit of peace

 

Functions:

The main function of the Ministry includes but is not limited to the following:

 

  1. Consolidate the gains of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement
  2. Promote multi-stakeholder processes- mechanisms and structures for effective participation- through strengthening participation and engagement of government, civil society and communities
  3. Develop a system that will enable GoSS to track and predict indicators of violence before it erupts and analyze the effectiveness of possible responses
  4. Develop and promote the culture of peace, conflict prevention and management among the people of Southern Sudan
  5. Build unity in cooperation with partners in pursuit of national healing and reconciliation among the people of Southern Sudan.
  6. Work in partnership with international and regional peace institutions and governments to promote peace and reconciliation among their citizens
  7. Transform conflicts through training and influence of training curricula for various institutions of learning in Southern Sudan.
  8. Work in partnership with the GoSS, cultural institutions, community leaders, faith based organisations, youth and women groups to promote peace, unity and development in Southern Sudan
  9. Mainstream the Peace Agenda in all institutions of government through the ‘Road to Peace’ programme, a talk show that facilitates the integration of the Peace Agenda into other Ministries and institutions
  10. Continue to engage foreign governments as well as the United Nations to remain focussed on the political and economic challenges of Southern Sudan
  11. Uphold the GOSS Vision 2040
     

 

Structure:

The structure of the Ministry of Peace and CPA Implementation is as follows:

 

  1. Office of the Minister
  2. Office of the Undersecretary
  3. Directorate of Administration and Finance
  4. Directorate of Peace building and Conflict Management
  5. Directorate of Planning, Monitoring &Evaluation, and CPA Implementation
  6. Directorate of Information and Public Relations
     

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This article was updated on Jun 25, 2011