As the Republic of Sudan continues on its path towards peace and reconciliation, local civil society organizations strive to more effectively participate in the country’s ongoing National Dialogue. Counterpart’s Civil Society Development Program built the capacity of civil society organizations to engage their local governments and forge relationships to achieve common goals, ensuring citizens have an inclusive and responsive government.

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