Development Cooperation

In 2016, Norway contributed close to 700 million Norwegian kroner (approx. 85 mill USD) to South Sudan. Read more

Livelihoods have improved with support from Norway to IGAD's regional initiative as local capacity gets strengthened and veterinary services delivered in South Sudan. Read more

21 November 2016, Juba, The Head of Development Cooperation at the Royal Norwegian Embassy, Counsellor Gunvor W. Skancke calls for children and youth to be provided with a conducive environment to learn and build a future for themselves. Read more

Norwegian government has donated 65million NOK (approx. USD 7.8 million) to Food and Agricultural Organization of United Nations (UNFAO) in South Sudan to help alleviate suffering and problems facing many South Sudanese. Read more

A delegation from the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Central Control Unit, headed by Inspector General Mr. Nils Haugstveit, concluded a five-day visit to perform an onsite check of how Norway’s funds are being managed in South Sudan. Read more

NPA is committed to enhancing the enjoyment of women’s rights, and has a project that specifically focuses on women rights. Towards this end, NPA has been building the capacity of civil societies in South Sudan to address the issues of women and holistically empower women. Read more

Norway announced provision of NOK 380 million to the UN Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) for 2016, at a donor conference as the Fund celebrates its 10th anniversary. More than 125 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance and protection due to the many – often protracted – crises and natural disasters throughout the world. ‘Record numbers of people throughout the world need... Read more

The European Union Delegation, the Heads of Mission of Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, The Netherlands, Sweden, The United Kingdom and the Heads of Mission of Canada, Norway and Switzerland issue the following statement in South Sudan: Read more

South Sudan Women Peace Network (SSWPN) with funding from the Norwegian Embassy, held a two-day conference under the theme ‘South Sudan We Want’ at Nyakurun Cultural Center. Read more

The Government of Norway today signed a partnership agreement worth $ 5.83 million U.S dollars (48 million Norwegian Kroner) with UNICEF to support basic education for children and youth in South Sudan, including in some of the most conflict-affected parts of the country Read more

The Norwegian Ambassador to South Sudan, Tone Tinnes, on behalf of the Norwegian Government, signed an agreement providing 7.7 mill USD to the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) to combat food insecurity in the country Read more

Mr Wani Buga Dyori, Undersecretary of Planning in the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning of South Sudan (MoFEP) and Mr Gunnar Holm, Chargé d'Affaires a.i. at the Royal Norwegian Embassy, signed an agreement on continued macroeconomic technical support on 16 October 2015. 
Photo: Solveig Andresen/Norwegian Embassy in Juba.

South Sudan and Norway signs agreement on Continued Cooperation in Macroeconomics. Read more

Joint Local Statement on UNMISS Flash Human Rights Report on the Escalation of Fighting in Greater Upper Nile Read more

The Heads of Missions are deeply concerned about the spread of violence in Unity State and Upper Nile. The ongoing military offensives constitute blatant violations of the Cessation of Hostilities Agreement (CHA) signed by the Government of South Sudan and the SPLM/A-in Opposition. The Heads of Missions urge the warring Parties in the strongest possible terms to end the fighting and killing... Read more

On 6 March 2015, Ambassador Tone Tinnes invited the Norwegian NGOs for a lunch at the residence to mark the International Women’s day. They all joined the Norwegian Embassy with their focal points on gender/women issues. Read more

Today, International Women’s Day is celebrated for the 105th time. I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate all South Sudanese women. This is your day. The day to acknowledge your important role in the struggle for independence and development of this country. It is the day to acknowledge your effort for peace, security and reconciliation. Read more

Norwegian Ambassador Tone Tinnes came to watch street boys play a friendly match of football Thursday morning. Read more

‘Women are particularly affected by wars and conflicts. The Government is giving priority to intensifying Norway’s efforts to promote the women, peace and security agenda,’ said Prime Minister Erna Solberg. Today the Government presented a new National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security for the period 2015-18. Read more

On the 6th of February 2015, the Norwegian Embassy arranged a lunch seminar on the petroleum sector in South Sudan. The seminar attracted participants from the international donor community, as well as the World Bank and the African Union. Read more