From the Field: South Sudan

Two men standing toghether wearing shirts and ties
November 08, 2012

Jonathan Jones, Evaluation Specialist, recently traveled to South Sudan to conduct fieldwork for an evaluation of a program that is seeking to build the capacity of diplomats and staff at the South Sudan Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

South Sudan has faced many challenges since becoming independent in July 2011. One of which is to staff new South Sudan embassies with people who are capable of effectively representing the interests of their country. The training program has just completed the first year of a two year implementation. EnCompass is partnering with the United States Institute of Peace for the evaluation

November 8, 2012

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