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Conflict sensitive engagement in South Sudan: China's role

IATI Identifier: GB-CHC-1043843-OSI_N002

Published on IATI
  • date_range Sep 01, 2012 - Aug 31, 2013
  • autorenew Closed (Status)

This project aimed to encourage Chinese policy and engagement in South Sudan to be more conflict-sensitive and open to dialogue with civil society. It delivered a series of meetings and workshops in Beijing and Juba that introduce the concept of conflict sensitivity to a broad range of Chinese actors, including officials, state-owned banks, state-owned and private commercial actors, academics and researchers. The project also promoted people-centred approaches to security through facilitating dialogue between the above-mentioned Chinese actors and South Sudanese civil society. Furthermore, the project created forums to bring together Chinese policy makers and researchers, South Sudanese officials and civil society, officials from regional and Western governments and international NGOs. Lastly, the project supported field research in South Sudan by the Chinese researchers.

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Sectors:
  • Civilian peace-building, conflict prevention and resolution

Participating Organisations

Foundation Open Society Institute Foundation Funding
Saferworld International NGO Implementing

Transaction

Transaction Value Provider
Receiver
Type Date
37,948 GBP Saferworld Receiver N/A Expenditure
date_range Sep 30, 2013
19,726 GBP Saferworld Receiver N/A Expenditure
date_range Jun 30, 2013
44,641 GBP Foundation Open Society Institute Saferworld Incoming Funds
date_range Apr 15, 2013
28,913 GBP Saferworld Receiver N/A Expenditure
date_range Mar 31, 2013
41,946 GBP Foundation Open Society Institute Saferworld Incoming Funds
date_range Oct 01, 2012
86,587 GBP Foundation Open Society Institute Saferworld
date_range Sep 01, 2012

Budget

139,744 USD
  • 43,293 GBP (Valued at Nov 01, 2012)
    date_range Apr 01, 2013 - Aug 31, 2013
  • 43,294 GBP (Valued at Nov 01, 2012)
    date_range Sep 01, 2012 - Mar 31, 2013
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