Adili is a Swahili word that means virtue. In South Sudan Adili translates to Fadila in Arabic. Adili institute in South Sudan is this referred to as Fadila Institute.
The Institute works in an impartial way with the prime mission of building sustainable peace in South Sudan by providing high-quality research to support community development, economic growth, peace and security. Fadila is committed to supporting peaceful coexistence among communities involved in or affected by conflicts.
The institute works in research consulting and analysis. It has expertise in peacebuilding, state building and the wide fields related to post-conflict reconstruction. The Institute is in the process of carrying out similar work mapping peacebuilding actor both local and international and their capacities in the former Unity State as part of the British Foreign and Common Wealth office peacebuilding project in Sudan’s South Kordofan, implemented by Peace Direct.
The Institute has been carrying out peacebuilding, mediation and community engagement work in South Sudan since 2015. The Institute’s key staff have extensive experience and skills. The team has organised and carried out community learning tours in South Sudan and in the Eastern Africa region under the mantra of ‘learning by seeing’. Fadila and the Adili family believe in integrating practical learning and research to impact on policy and practice for sustainable development.
Areas of Expertise
- Peacebuilding and Statebuilding
- Community Security, Mediation, Dialogue and Reconciliation
- Security Sector Transformation and Reforms
- Monitoring and Evaluation
- Governance, Democratic Reforms and Elections
- Media, Communications and Freedom of Expression
- Research and Analysis
- Conflict Mitigation and Early Warning Systems
- Environment and Conflict
- Impact of Conflict on Societal Norms