Skilled and well qualified: strengthening our partners in South Sudan
South Sudan has been dominated by conflicts and unrest for years. The level of education is low, and there is also a shortage of skilled specialists. The Presbyterian Church of South Sudan (PCOSS), Mission 21's partner church, is attempting to expand its capacities during these tempestuous times so that – with future requirements in mind – it can meet the demand for experts. Extensive personnel development (including scholarships and advanced training) is strengthening the church and empowering it to play a key part in the peace process.
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Support for advanced training in public relations work, fundraising, theological training, medicine, English, Microsoft Office and other subjects
Providing training courses in HR and organisational development
Improving the infrastructure and equipping the PCOSS' headquarters and other offices so as to provide a productive working environment
Development of a strategy for organisational development