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Learning Briefs | April 5, 2021

CRS South Sudan Capacity Statement

Read an overview of CRS programming and impact in South Sudan since it began operating in-country in the 1970s. As you'll see in the Capacity Statement, CRS implements integrated, multi-sectoral programs responding to both emergency and development needs. One of the largest International Non-Governmental Organizations in South Sudan, CRS will assist at least 1.5 million people in 2021. CRS has more than 800 staff in the country, with its main office in Juba and 38 field locations across the Greater Pibor Administrative Area, Jonglei, Lakes, Eastern Equatoria, and Central Equatoria States. Read more about the critical, transformative and life-changing CRS programming in this overview.