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Decisions of 28th extra-ordinary IGAD Summit Meeting on South Sudan

See full text of the decisions of the 28th IGAD extra-ordinary Summit Meeting of the Assembly of Heads of State and Government, that convened from 6-7 November 2014 in Addis Ababa to consider the crisis in South Sudan.

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IGAD Leaders Urgent Summit on South Sudan enters second day

The 28th IGAD urgent summit of the IGAD Assembly of Heads of State and Government on the South Sudan Crisis enters day two in Addis Ababa. In his opening speech yesterday, H.E Hailemariam Dessalegn, Prime Minister of Ethiopia and Chair Person of IGAD noted that “…despite agreements after agreements to end hostilities and to set in motion a transitional process that will lay the groundwork for sustainable political solution to the conflict in south Sudan, these promises have been observed more by breach.”

The Chairperson stated that there appears to be little appetite by South Sudanese leaders for peace while the people of south Sudan continue bearing the full brunt of conflict. He urged parties to allow a break through honored by both parties allowing South Sudan lasting peace.

CEWARN holds induction and CPMR Training session for South Sudan CEWERU Members

CEWARN in collaboration with South Sudan’s national Conflict Early Warning and Response Unit (CEWERU) held an Induction and Conflict Prevention, Management and Resolution (CPMR) Training for up to 40 participants including new members of the CEWERU and its provincial structures including the Eastern Equatoria State Technical Team (STT) and eight County Peace Response Mechanisms (CPRMs).


CEWARN team holds an Organizational Capacity Assessment (OCA) exercise

CEWARN Secretariat team engaged in an Organizational Capacity Assessment exercise in Addis Ababa from 13-17 October 2014. The exercise that is informed by CEWARN’s organizational priorities under the CEWARN 2012-2019 Strategy framework involved the development of a customized Organizational Capacity Assessment (OCA) tool for CEWARN and piloting the tool to assess CEWARN organizational capacities.


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