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Rule of Law and Access to Justice

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Work History

United Nation development program UNDP South Sudan

Employer and Designation

From March 2007

National Rule of Law Officer in Unity State and Eastern Equatoeria State

General Responsibilities Summary:
Build the capacity and Advisory Role to the State government ( local Government) supporting Rule of Law Institutions and cavil Society Organizations , to identify access to justice issues, to monitor trends in rights violations and to advocate for enhanced access to justice and the protection of human rights; Provide assistance to stakeholders in improving or establishing mechanisms for access to justice, including statutory and traditional conflict-resolution mechanisms;
• Engage with community organizations, military, governmental and traditional authorities and vulnerable groups to assist with the development of community solutions for the protection of individual's rights;
• Support the establishment of office space and Legal Advice Centre by NGO partners;
• Identify local NGOs or community based organizations which may be supported by UNDP to achieve the objectives of the Rule of Law/Access to Justice program;
• Assist with monitoring and evaluation of Rule of Law programs being supported by UNDP in State;

• Key achievements:
• Organize and/or conduct trainings, e.g. on human rights, the Rule of Law and the transitional Constitution of Southern Sudan (including the Bill of Rights) and Gender Mainstreaming;
• Establish working relationships with other UN agencies and international organizations in the State , identify opportunities for cooperation and work in a collaborative manner with such organizations;
• Report on Rule of Law program activities in the State;
• Provide programmatic support to Governance and other UNDP teams conducting activities in the State as required;
• Other related duties as assigned by supervisors.
• Provide technical support in police development.
• Drafted Bills and constitution.
• Attending State Coordination meeting

Mercy Corps South Sudan

November 2005 - February 2007

General Responsibilities Summary:
Responsibility is managing the program of localize institutional Capacity in Sudan LINCS in Abyei area and it includes Unity State and Warrap State. Managing the staff in the field office monitor and Evaluate field staff preference monitor and assist partners in designing their proposal

Key achievements:
• My duties and responsibility is managing the program of LINCSS in Abyei area and it includes Unity State and Warrap State. Managing the staff in the field office monitor and Evaluate field staff preference monitor and assist partners in designing their proposal
• Design need assessment their training need to in order run their project smooth in term of services delivering and organizational structure.
• Manage mapping of Civil Society organization organizations in region update every three month and send the head office to share with other stakeholder interest in Civil Society organization.
• Mainstreaming Gender in Project Cycle of partner's project in order to promote equal participation in the project life.
• Managing partner's grants and training them in project management and finance management.
• Development monitoring and evaluation tool for partners project.
• Promote team building and dialogues and networking between the civil Society organization and local authority in the area in order to achieve common goal of development.
• Weekly and Monthly Report Writing

Capacity Building Coordinator - South Sudan


January 2005 - September 2005

General Responsibilities Summary:
Design capacity building intervention for intermon Oxfam Counterparts Training needs assessment of partners.
Developing strategies for capacity building programmed. Support to Sudan Development Consortium activities in regards to sub consortia groups' capacity building capacities of Government Institutions and Civil Society Organization/ local NGOs in the Ten State of South Sudan
Key achievements:
• To undertake field visits to the ten State of South Sudan to assess the capacity of the local NGOs in the field as well as their implementation capacities.
• Provide support to the meetings with the Sudan Development Consortium
• Develop relevant monitoring mechanisms for field follow-up visits
• Attends the Steering Committee Meetings on behalf of Skills for Southern. Sudan.
• Assist in the day-to-day running of the Capacity Development Assessment Program of counterpart.
• Represent Oxfam Intermon South Sudan in all external and internal partners meetings when delegated.
• Any other duties that be assigned by the Supervisor and management when required.



Gender and Advocacy

November 2003 - December 2004

General Responsibilities Summary
Promoting Good Governance through range of activities.
Government institution on need developing effective polices.
Gender and Advocacy.

Key achievements:
Research and Assessment.
Coordination of workshops and training.
Conflict Resolution and Peace Building.
Coordinating consortium activities (Sudan Development Consortium, Education and Training in Southern Sudan is a Consortium of Skills for Southern Sudan, African Education Trust and Action International).


As Research Assistant South Sudan


February 2001 - July 2003

General Responsibilities Summary:
• Carry Needs Assessment for Sudan Basic Education Program in the four region of Southern Sudan
• Base Line Survey in 10 State of South Sudan.
• Promotion of non formal Education for culture if peace.
• Methodologies of creation for child friendly environments.
• Communication, negotiation and advocacy skills.
• Training and good facilitation skills
Analysis of Data and Report Writing
Key achievements:


International Rescue Committee IRC Khartoum Sudan as Filed

From November 1998

General Responsibilities summary

• Planned, implemented and monitored health education activities in the community.
• Recruited, trained and supervised Community Health Promoters (CHPs).
• Coordinated implementation of health education program in the community.
Coordinated activities of Traditional Birth Attendants (TBAs) and Clinic Staff
• Key Achievements:

• Coordinated activities of Traditional Birth Attendants (TBAs) and Clinic Staff.
• Informed Health Educators and Clinic Advisor aware of new health related cases.
• Assisted Health Advisors on reproductive health outreach program.


April 1995 - June 1998

Social Mobilizes

• Essential Job Functions:
• Conducted meeting with community leaders and advised them on environmental problems and use of clean water.
• Educated the community on environmental sanitation and the use of clean water.
• Organized community into groups to dig latrines nears their house.
• Trained Community Health Promoters to carry out hygiene education in the area.
• Organized workshop and seminar for the community on hygiene and environmental sanitation.

E. Summary achievements and competencies:
I have developed technical insight and competencies in organization/institution development, management and administration; experienced in project cycle management; civic education; and governance; attained development consultant skills in areas of strategic plan, proposal/grant writing, program/project monitoring and evaluation; competent in managerial, excellent interpersonal and communication skills, goal oriented, self-motivated, and personal and others leadership skills and team player.
For further information contact the below referees.

1. Dr. Rowland Cole UNDP South Sudan Ministry of Justice Techinical Advisor
Email: Tel.: +211 (0) 954801434

2. Kennei Gbessay Momoh State Advisor PAE Unity State Soth Sudan Bentiu (PAE MSI Conflict Mitigation & Stabilization Initiatives)
Emai: or Tel.: +211+211 955670019 / +211 977818396

3. Kwame Dwamena-Aboagye UNMISS Civil Affairs Centre Equatoria State Juba
4. Email:,
Tel.: +211 (0) 955 303 321

Qualifications & Certifications


Right Ahfad University for Women Sudan

International Agricultural Centre Wagningen Netherlands

Rural Extension Education and Development

Ahfad University

Girls Secondary School

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