South Sudan Peacekeeping Mission

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South Sudan Peacekeeping Mission

  1. 1. GEOGRAPHICAL SITUATION ANTECEDENTS OF CONFLICT ESTABLISHMENT OF MISSION FUNCTION OF MISSION MANDATE ANALYSIS SECURITY SITUATION STATISTICS CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
  2. 2. It is covered in tropical forest, swamps, and grassland. The WHITE NILE RIVER passes through the country, passing by Juba.
  3. 3. The territories of modern South Sudan were occupied by EGYPT . Sudanese independence was achieved in 1956. 1972- 1983 More than 2.5 million people have been killed and millions more have become REFUGEES 1983 - 2005 GREATER REPRESENTATION ISLAMIC STATE
  4. 4. CONFLICT KORDOFAN JUNE-2011 80% PETROLEUM RESOURCES
  5. 5. TODAY THERE UNSOLVED PROBLEMS
  6. 6. BETWEEN 9 AND 15 JANUARY 2011, WAS A REFERENDUM TO DETERMINE WHETHER SOUTH SUDAN SHOULD BECOME AN INDEPENDENT COUNTRY AND SEPARATE FROM SUDAN. 98.83% OF THE POPULATION VOTED FOR INDEPENDENCE. Independence Day, 9 –JUL-2011
  7. 7. Government SOUTHERN SUDAN HAVE A CONSTITUTION .IT IS SUPREME LAW. ESTABLISHES A MIXED PRESIDENTAIL SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT HEADED BY A PRESIDENT WHO IS HEAD OF STATE, HEAD OF GOVERMENT , AND COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF OF THE ARMED FORCES. IT ALSO ESTABLISHES THE NATIONAL LEGISLATURE. SALVA KIIR NATIONAL FLAG AND SHIELD
  8. 8. US GAVE WELCOMING THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH SUDAN ON 9 JULY 2011 LIKE A INDEPENDENT STATE. UN RECOGNIZED THE PRESIDENTIAL STATEMENT ON 11 FEBRUARY 2011. DEPLORING THE PERSISTENT OF CONLFICT AND VIOLENCE. IT´S NECESSARY CONTINUES UN ACTIVITIES, WHICH REQUIRES ABOUT ROLES, RESPONSABILITIES AND COLLABORATION BETWEEN UNMISS AND HOST COUNTRY.
  9. 9. FOR UN IMPORTANT EMPHAZISE PREVIOUS STATEMENTS ON POST-CONFLICT PEACE BUILDING. UN RECOGNIZING THE IMPORTANCE OF SUPPORTING PEACE BUILDING EFFORT. RECOGNIZING THE NEED FOR THE SECURITY COUNCIL TO SHOW FLEXIBILITY IN MAKING NECESSARY ADJUSTMENTS TO THE MISSION PRIORITIES. REAFFIRMING ITS RESOLUTIONS 1674 (2006) AND 1894 (2009) ON THE PROTECTION OF CIVILIANS IN ARMED CONFLICT.
  10. 10. PROTECTION TO CIVILIANS. MONITORING AND INVESTIGATING HUMAN RIGHTS. CREATE THE CONDITIONS TO DELIVER HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE. SUPPORTING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CESSATION OF HOSTILLITIES AGREEMENT.
  11. 11. FEB 2014 OVER 230.000 REFUGEES ETHIOPIA & REP. CONGO OVER 740.000 REFUGEES ALMOST 75.000 IDP´s RESIDES UN BASES, DEC 2013 UNHCR REPORTED A DROP IN IDP´s, SEEKING PROTECTION UNHCR STEPPING UP RESPONSE INTER AGENCY HUMANITARIAN HELP & COORDINATION WITH IOM UN BASE IN MALAKAL EXPECTED TO REACH 10.000 PEOPLE
  12. 12. AROUND 10 MILLION PEOPLE DENSITY 13.33 Km2 2013 PIB 2014 USD 21.378 BILLION USD 1978 PER CAPITA PIB NOMINAL 2014 USD 13.781 BILLION USD 1278 PER CAPITA
  13. 13. HIGHEST MATERNAL MORTALITY HIGHEST FEMALE ILLITERACY 2013 REGION CONTAINS NATURAL RESOURCES SUCH AS:
  14. 14. SOUTH SUDAN TOTAL EXTERNAL DEBT 38 BILLION DOLLARS 2012 5.3 BILLION PAID FOR IMF 11 BILLION PAID PARIS CLUB 13 BILLION PAID BY BILATERAL CREDITS ANOTHER ECONOMICAL GROUPS PAID DEBT S.S. BY 6 BILLION DOLLARS 2013 + 19 FINANCIAL GROUPS OF THE WORLD´S MOST INFLUENCIAL ECONOMIES
  15. 15. SOUTH SUDAN HAS AROUND 4 TIMES OIL DEPOSITS THAN SUDAN SOUTH SUDAN HAS THE THIRD-LARGEST OIL RESERVES IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA CONCESS 2005-2011 OIL REPRESENT 98% BUDGET OF S.S. 30.000 BARRELS PER DAY (USD 34 x BARREL) 8 BILLION DOLLARS TILL 2020 CNPC (China National Petroleum Corp) IMF (International Monetary Found)
  16. 16. SOUTH SUDAN IS A FREE COUNTRY SINCE 2011 SOUTH SUDAN HAS A MANY NATURAL RESOURCES THAT WILL ALLOW GET MANY FUNDS TO PAY THE EXTERNAL DEBT THE UNMISS DEVELOP A PERMANENT PEACEBUILDING, S.S. DOESN ´T HAVE FURTHER PROJECTS. THERE ARE NOT PROJECTS FOR BETTER DISTRIBUTION OF OIL INCOMES DEVELOP RELATIONSHIPS WITH NEAR COUNTRIES FOR EXPORT THEIR PRODUCTS AND OPEN THEIR MARKET TO THE WORLD
  17. 17. SUPPORT THE FREEDOM AND SOVERIGNITY OF SOUTH SUDAN MAKE PROJECTS IN SOUTH SUDAN ABOUT A SUSTAIN DEVELOP FROM NATURAL RESOURCES CONTINUES WITH THE UNMISS, TO HELP IMPROVE THE LIFE STYLE OF THE SOUTH SUDANESES MAKE PROJECTS TO IMPROVE A BETTER WAY TO OIL INCOME DEVELOP RELATIONSHIPS WITH NEAR COUNTRIES FOR EXPORT THEIR PRODUCTS AND OPEN THEIR MARKET TO THE WORLD

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