The Southern Sudan Anticorruption Strategy was the product of two years’ work, and an extensive community engagement program unique in Africa. The strategy was drafted after almost 200 consultation meetings with each of the 42 government ministries, state governments, NGOs, CSOs, business and religious groups and the international donor community. Over 2,000 people from all walks of life were contacted in the effort to collected all of the relevant data needed to develop this unique anticorruption strategy. This document establishes a widespread impact on corruption through an extensive collaboration among ministries, state governments, religious institutions, NGOs/CSOs, and the business community. Is this brief but wide reaching document a model for how to establish and create and national anticorruption strategy?