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Supporting the Transition in Sudan


Titre : Supporting the Transition in Sudan

Pays/Région : Soudan

IATI Identifiant  : FI-3-2020-2020201006

Durée : 2020-01-01 // 2020-12-31

In April 2019, one of Africa’s longest-ruling leaders, Sudan ?s President Omar al-Bashir, was ousted by a well-organised popular protest movement calling for freedom, peace and justice and a transition to an inclusive civilian rule. The signing of a power-sharing transitional agreement in August 2019 between the Transitional Military Council and the opposition alliance marked the beginning of the transitional period in Sudan. While this framework is conducive to peaceful and sustainable change, its implement ation is still in its early stages and needs to be supported. In signing the Charter, the stakeholders have agreed on the key issues to be addressed and on the national institutions that will lead the transition. In addition to these national bodies, channelling the energy of the protest movement, where women were often at the forefront, in support of the transition will ensure that the fragile process is nurtured, and national ownership for operationalising the Charter is strengthened.

The overall objective of CMI ?s project is to enhance the effectiveness and inclusivity of the transitional process in Sudan. CMI seeks to achieve this through
a) facilitating and supporting opportunities for national entities in Sudan to operationalise their roadmap for thetransitional period,
b) increasing visibility and recognition of diverse political priorities of the people of Sudan regarding the transition,
and c) strengthening capacities and enhancing influence of Sudanese and South Sudanese women leaders and groupsto substantively contribute to transition and peace processes.

The project ?s geographical focus is on Sudan, but it also includes an element where relevant synergies between Sudan and its neighbour South Sudan are actively sought. CMI has identified an opp ortunity to consolidate and scale up the results and learnings from its long engagement with women parliamentarians in South Sudan for the benefit of the Sudanese women ?s movement.

Partenaires  : CMI - Martti Ahtisaari Peace Foundation sr

Financement : Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland
Budget  : 29 854 USD

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