• The Launch of the Sudd Institute May 12 (2012) : Founding Members
  • August in the office : Dr Mayai in the Office
  • Engagement in China : Diplomacy in China
  • The Sudd Public Lectures : Senior Researchers at the Sudd Institute
  • The Launch of ND Handbook, Berlin :
  • Engaging Audience on the Peace Process : The Sudd Institute Public Lecture on the Role in the Peace Process

Who We Are

The Sudd Institute is an independent research organization that conducts and facilitates research and training to inform public policy and practice, to create opportunities for discussion and debate, and to improve analytical capacity in South Sudan. The Sudd Institute’s intention is to significantly improve the quality, impact, and accountability of local, national, and international policy and decision-making in South Sudan in order to promote a more peaceful, just and prosperous society. Learn more »


In the News

The Sudd Institute Calls for Peter Biar Ajak’s Release or be Charged Formally

3 August 2018

Press Statement on Allegations by Dr. Peter Adwok Nyaba

7 October 2016
Dr. Peter Adwok Nyaba recently accused the Sudd Institute of receiving support from the Office of the President of South...

South Sudan: Options in Crisis: Testimony before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations

20 September 2016
Chairman Corker, Ranking members, and members of the Committee, thank you very much for inviting me here today.


Recent Publications

Fixing Governance is Key to Stability in South Sudan

4 December 2018
Many analysts and observers of politics in South Sudan point to weak governance as the malefactor for the political crises...

Reforming Public Financial Management in South Sudan

4 December 2018
Public financial management (PFM) is a key pillar in reforms aimed at building more credible, transparent and accountable governments, especially...

Transitioning to Renewable Energy: An Analysis of Energy Situation in Juba, South Sudan

27 November 2018
 South Sudan faces a serious energy crisis due to a number of factors, including devastating conflicts (e.g.