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South Sudan, the world's newest nation, is faced with an array of challenging issues which are undermining sustainable development and recovery. In this context, the UNITAR Hiroshima Office launched a training programme to support South Sudan in promoting indigenous capacity development.
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On 26 June 2018 – After five days of focused learning in Entebbe, Uganda, Workshop II of the United Nations Institute for Training and research (UNITAR) Hiroshima South Sudan Fellowship on Entrepreneurship and Project Planning came to a successful conclusion.
The UNITAR South Sudan Fellowship Programme 2017 Cycle targets 20 junior-mid level representatives from the public sector, private sector, civil society organizations, media organizations and academic institutions in South Sudan.
The goal of Rite4Africa is "Nurturing civil society participation and inclusive public-private partnerships that help realize the Pan African Vision".
The UNITAR Iraq Fellowship Programme: Entrepreneurship and Leadership Youth Training is a six-month-long programme that focuses on project implementation and development, aiming to build the knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed for effective project management and leadership for 24 junior-mid level professionals from public and private sectors, civil society organizations, and academic institutions in Iraq.
UNITAR Hiroshima has developed a range of high level training programmes on leadership, communication and management through long experience training senior government, business and NGO officials, including from Afghanistan and Iraq .
The UNITAR Nuclear Disarmament and Non-Proliferation Training has been successfully developed and delivered on the following occasions.
The UNITAR Hiroshima Law Enforcement Anti-Corruption Training Programme builds upon long institutional expertise in developing and delivering training on anti-corruption.
The UNITAR South Sudan Fellowship Programme (hereafter called “the Fellowship”), is a six-month-long training programme which focuses on project implementation and development, aiming to build the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed for effective project management and leadership of 20-25 junior-mid level professionals from public sector, civil society organizations, private sector and academic institutions in South Sudan.