le 06/03/2024

UNDP South Sudan – civic education and local outreaches on truth reconciliation and healing in South Sudan

This call for proposal invites competent and reputable registered Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) working across the States in South Sudan to submit proposals for a (4) months  grant aimed at breaking any barriers preventing communities and victims of past abuses from seeking remedies from the  CTRH process through the dissemination of information and conducting of public outreaches contributing to awareness-raising on transitional justice and specifically the CTRH, and creating spaces among victims to dialogue and become aware about  of and ready for truth telling, reconciliation and healing.

The main objective of the grant is to identify competent and reputable registered Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), non-governmental organizations, or community-based organizations in Central Equatoria (Juba); Eastern Equatoria (Magwi), Upper Nile (Malakal), Pibor Administrative  (Pibor), Warrap State   (Kuajok) areas in South Sudan to:

  • Conduct at least 5 tailored dialogues with 300 women and 300 youth in the various localities in a particular region identified above on the CTRH and CRA on truth-telling, participating in reconciliation and healing and seeking compensation and reparations. The dialogues should be held in a manner that ensures and guarantees the safety of victims and survivors post the meetings.
  • Conduct awareness creation and sensitization programmes for women and youth that are most affected by the conflict and human rights abuses on the value of truth, reconciliation, healing, compensation and reparations through road shows, sports activities, radio programs and other innovative activities. This will enhance their understanding of the transitional justice mechanisms and act as a platform where both the public and victims can support the Commission for Truth Reconciliation and Healing (CTRH) and demand for other mechanisms on reparations and criminal accountability.
  • Conduct at least 1 dialogue session with young people in tertiary and high school settings in a selected locality on the CTRH and CRA providing critical information as well as enabling discussions among young people on the question of transitional justice in South Sudan. The use of social media platforms and the inclusion of local languages is highly encouraged in this intervention.

NB : Each region will require a separate and tailored proposal to the location


The CSO/NNGO/CBO must meet the following criteria to be eligible for selection:

  1. Be legally registered as CSO/NNGO/CBO in South Sudan and in possession of a valid registration certificate.
  2. Mandate and founding document should be in line with the activities for which the fund is being sought.
  3. Have an established office in the proposed location of implementation, as well as experience in implementing similar/related activities.
  4. The CSO/NGO/CBO must not have an ongoing UNDP grant.


Closing date: 15 March 2024 midnight South Sudan local time.

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