After years battling for independence, South Sudan declared itself an independent state in July 2011. Sadly, this declaration did not result in the end of armed conflict, with a further civil war breaking out in 2013. SafeLane Global remained active in South Sudan throughout the transition to independence, and through many of the worst years of civil war.
It maintained its presence in South Sudan, supporting and protecting its humanitarian clients’ critical efforts.
Recent talks to promote a power-sharing agreement have been accepted by the warring parties, bringing new hope for the future of South Sudan and its people.
During the anticipated transition to peace and security, SafeLane Global will remain poised to assist its humanitarian clients, and its highly trained and experienced personnel will be available to deploy to meet any time sensitive deadlines.