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Determinants of sustainable return

Born on the ashes of decades of armed violence, South Sudan started independent nationhood facing significant constraints, as do all governments in poor countries emerging from conflict. Yet few nations have faced post-war reconstruction needs on the scale of South Sudan. In many respects, the term “reconstruction” is an inaccurate depiction of the process, as the GoSS is confronted with the daunting task of constructing a whole country anew – a new state apparatus and political institutions, along with new health, education, infrastructure and other basic service systems either entirely from scratch or from a very limited starting point.

Related Subject(s): Migration; Children and Youth
Sustainable Development Goals:
Countries: South Sudan
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