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South Sudan National Discourse Forum (SSNDF)

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The South Sudan National Discourse Forum (SSNDF) was formed in 2013. It was registered as Nile Basin Discourse South Sudan (NBDSS) since the government did not like the word ‘forum’ which is commonly associated with political parties in South Sudan.
Functional Organisation Structure of South Sudan NDF
It has seven (7) founder individual members and currently there are no CSO members. Five of the seven members are in the executive committee or board. All the current individual members come from three regions of the country: Equatoria, Bahr el Ghazal and Upper Nile. However, there are 93 CSOs and 14 individuals who are interested in becoming members.

Currently, SSNDF has a simple functional organizational structure as shown in the Functional Organizational Structure Diagram. The current leadership desires the NDF to have a similar organizational structure as that of SNDF when potential CSOs and individual members register as actual members. With only seven individuals as actual members, SSNDF lacks the semblance of a civil society organization. It will, therefore, need financial and technical support to recruit members and achieve the expected image or structure.

Leadership

Ambrose Lomini Pitia
Ambrose Lomini Pitia
Chairperson
Ambrose is a holder of Animal Health certificate of Management and Administration from Sudan University of Science and Technology with skills in project management and planning. He worked with the Ministry of Animal Resources and Fisheries, in central Equatorial Juba for 21 years before joining the private sector. Currently Ambrose is the General Manager of Lojurya Agro Farming and Trading Company. Ambrose was an active member of Sudanese Environment Conservation Society where he actively played a role in awareness which gave birth to the South Sudan National Discourse Forum where he is the Chairperson and a board member of the Nile Basin Discourse.
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Dr. Andrew L. Athiba
Dr. Andrew L. Athiba
Member
Dr. Athiba is a holder of PhD (Impact of Conflict on Natural Resources and Environment) University of Juba, Masters (Management of Natural Resources and Environment, Life Science) University of Norway, Bachelors of Science (Agriculture) University of Alexandria and High Diploma (Management of Natural Resources and Environment) Norwegian Life Science University, Norway. He has worked in different capacities with NGOs, Local CBOs and civil societies as consultant and advisor in the field of environment, Education and Religion before and after the separation of South Sudan.
DR. Athiba is the founder of the Bishop Ngalamu Theological College currently operating at Mundri West County (MWC), Western Equatorial State (WES) South Sudan. He established the Sudanese Education Network and Development (SENAD) in Khartoum assisting the schools of Internal Displaced Persons (IDPs) before the separation of the South Sudan from the main Sudan. Dr Athiba also worked with the Norwegian Church Aid/Sudan Programme (NCA/SP), CARE International in Khartoum Sudan, Sudan Aid in Juba, South Sudan.
Dr. Athiba is a member of National Curriculum Development Committee and South Sudan Higher Education Council, besides many other responsibilities, he can speak and write two main languages Arabic and English besides his mother tongue Moru, little Norwegian, Swahili, and some local languages in the South Sudan.
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Daniel Khamis Mudo Wfew
Daniel Khamis Mudo Wfew
Secretary General
Daniel is the Secretary General of South Sudan Nile Discourse Forum, a teacher by profession with Master’s Degree of Education from the University of Bordeaux II, France. Bachelor’s Degree of Arts Bilingual Section, from the University of Yaoundé, Cameroun, Bachelor’s Degree of Education, from the University of Lyon II, France, and several other higher Diplomas and certificates in various fields of Education. He has worked in different capacities in the field of Education in the Sudan before the separation of South Sudan. Currently he is the Coordinator of Researches and School Practice in the college, member of the South Sudan National Curriculum Development Committee and South Sudan Higher Education Council, besides many other responsibilities. Daniel is a polyglot who speaks over 10 languages including Arabic and French.
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