South Sudan had experienced significant improvement upon the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement in 2005. On 9th July 2011, South Sudan seceded from Sudan after a twenty-two year-long civil war, and six years of uncertain peace. It was a moment of hope. However, since 15th December 2013, South Sudan had fighting and internal conflicts across the country and this led to an appalling loss of lives, widespread looting and the displacement of hundreds of thousands of people due to internal conflicts that has rapidly assumed regional dimensions. Hence, there is an urgent need for peace building and for civil society actors to intervene, and help to enable a peaceful settlement to the conflict. Therefore, Actions for Conflict Resolution (ACR) shall take part in this process, and mediate between communities emphasizing the importance of dialogues for sustainable conflict resolution.