On December 15th 2013 when violent conflict erupted in South Sudan between President Salva Kiir Mayardit (Dinka) and Dr. Riek Machar Teny (Nuer). In this conflict the youth allied to the two leaders clashed as ethnic groups and killed each other and committed atrocities of highest magnitudes on both sides where approximately 400,000 people were killed in Jongolei and Unity States. Between the periods January 2017 – December 2018 GREDA received funding from United Nations Democracy Fund (UNDEF) New York and implemented the project that Strengthened the culture of peace, human rights and dialogue skills in South Sudan that targeted 5500 youth leaders in 11 counties of Jongolei States and 9 counties of Unity States. The project initially trained 500 youth leaders as trainers in culture of peace, human rights and dialogue skills and the trained youth leaders went back and trained 5000 peer youth members in their communities. The project successfully reduced ethnic tensions and ethic killings in Jongolei and Unity States.