International Development Committee - Fifteenth Report
South Sudan: Prospects for Peace and Development

Here you can browse the report together with the Proceedings of the Committee. The published report was ordered by the House of Commons to be printed 27 March 2012.


Terms of Reference



Map of South Sudan

1 Introduction

2 Background

3 The humanitarian situation

4 DFID's programme

5 The role of international donors

6 Security, conflict prevention and peacebuilding

7 Conclusion

Appendix: DFID's South Sudan targets (July 2011)

Conclusions and recommendations

Formal Minutes


List of printed written evidence

List of additional written evidence

List of Reports from the Committee during the current Parliament

Oral and written evidence
Tuesday 17 January 2012: Melinda Young, Director of Programme Development and Advocacy, SouthSudan, and Emily Speers-Mears, Senior Conflict and Fragile States Advisor, Save the Children UK, Robert Schofield, Disaster Management Director,Tearfund, and Clea Kahn, Head of Policy and Advocacy, InternationalRescue Committee UK; Dr Sara Pantuliano, Head, Humanitarian Policy Group, OverseasDevelopment Institute, and Rebecca Coleman, International Co-ordinator in the Office of the Archbishop, Episcopal Church of Sudan, and Canon Ian Woodward, Diocese of Salisbury, representing the Episcopal Church ofSudan, Lambeth Palace, the Diocese of Salisbury and the Anglican Alliance

Wednesday 1 February 2012: Stephen O'Brien MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Departmentfor International Development, Michael Ryder, Head, South Sudan,Department for International Development, and Mark Mallalieu, UK SpecialRepresentative to Sudan

Written evidence

Additional written evidence (unprinted)

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