The options to administer justice and accountability, fostering reconciliation and where sustained international support for national efforts is required in post-conflict transition in South Sudan.
Fostering political pluralism as key determinant for inclusive governance, rule of law and peace and security to ensure access to fundamental services and inclusive growth.
Rebuilding the country starting from post-conflict repatriation, relief, resettlement, rehabilitation, and reconstruction (5Rs) Program and engagement in productive work.
Revitalizing agriculture and creating sustainable rural livelihoods by directing oil revenues to rural infrastructure and agricultural development.
Building key institutions and capacities to proactively mitigating external shocks to systems of production, distribution, and consumption.
Roadmap for a permanent constitution that allows peaceful and legal transfer of powers, strengthened by effective public participation in the Review Process..
Economic infrastructure involves building and maintaining a road network that connects people and markets, energy and water systems that create growth and improve livelihoods.
Building capacities for public administration is a long-term endeavour with a diversity of tasks, The key is to acquire practical insights to policy implementation.
Building Peace one community at a time, by deploying an intensive effort to reconcile communities driven out by too many years of hostility, cattle-raiding. and fear.
Moving away from the current forms of military leadership that has been built on personal allegiance of soldiers with underlying ethnic loyalties, the interests of loosely incorporated local militias.
An economy built on predictability and stability, where government spending is sustainable, prices are stable, interest and exchange rates predictable, central bankers credible and the rules enforced.
Advancing social cohesion and accommodating ethnic identities through culture sport and the school system to build the nation and national identity in post-SPLM South Sudan.