Geoegraphical Coverage

SSuNDE covers all the ten states of South Sudan, with established State Steering Committees...

Learning Materials

The following thematic areas are priorities that SSuNDE has and will be implementing through...

Management

SSuNDE is governed by an Executive Board, also referred to as the board of Directors (BoD) which is the policy...

Ssunde Structure

SSuNDE is legally registered and well established with a functioning national secretariat office...

Who We Are

SSuNDE mobilizes citizens to participate in peacebuilding and political processes and provides impartial and professional reports and recommendations on those processes to the South Sudanese public. In 2011, the network recruited, trained and deployed over 7,000 domestic election observers in 76 of 79 counties in South Sudan and 16 states in Sudan.

Milestones

Largest Civil Society Organization with a nationwide network of over 150 diverse and non partisan CSO's and faith based groups

In 2011, we recruited, trained and deployed over 7,000 election observers in 76 of 79 counties in South Sudan

Member of Global Network for Domestic Monitors (GNDEM), the East and Horn of Africa Election Observer Network (E-HORN), Africa Democracy Forum and the Civil Society taskforce on the implementation of the peace agreement

We are present in every part of the country with feet on the ground.

SSuNDE is the largest and most vibrant civil society network in South Sudan with over seventy five (150) Civil Society Organizations (CSOs)