Project document and reports available
ten states of Southern Sudan
2010 – March 2011
Recovery Fund (Netherlands and
UNDP AA JP: US$: 540,390
Southern Sudan Reconstruction
and Development Fund
person in UNDP:
Marcello Lado Jada, Project Manager
Sudan Recovery Fund
The purpose of this project is to
strengthen the institutional capacity
of the Southern Sudan Reconstruction
and Development Fund (SSRDF) Commission
to achieve its mandate. The project
aims to support regionally balanced
development and improved livelihood
conditions for people through a review
of SSRDF objectives, structure, functions
and systems as well as targeted capacity
Snapshots of the project's major achievements
• A strategic plan was developed
for SSRDF; it is currently under review
by SSRDF and UNDP.
• Planning of the dialogue forum
on SSRDF’s role and mandate
with key stakeholders. Proposed to
be implemented during quarter one
• Information, communication
and technology specialist deployed
to work with SSRDF.
• Procurement and transfer of
office-related and operational assets
and equipment to SSRDF.
• Seven SSRDF staff members
trained on financial management.
• Six additional staff members
trained on planning and management,
two of which were also trained on
monitoring and evaluation.
• One staff member trained in
procurement management and four more
in various administrative areas (e.g.
• Supported SSRDF to host in-house
training on basic computing skills
for eight of its staff and three from
the Central Equatoria State Ministry
• Supported 12 government officials
to attend the African Association
for Public Administration and Management
Conference in South Africa.
• SSRDF conducted monitoring
missions to Northern Bahr El Ghazal,
Unity and Upper Nile States and participated
in additional visits to other SRF
projects in Jonglei, Upper Nile and
Western Equatoria States.