Latest News: ”I believe the summit will provide…an ideal platform to discuss how multi-sectors can work together in partnership to solve the Humanitarian and Logistical problems in Africa….The Department wishes to appreciate your organisations gesture and look forward to an engaging summit that will enable us to build strong partnerships…” Mr Owiti Director for Communications in the Ministry of Information & Communication

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Having voted overwhelmingly for independence, South Sudan now faces major challenges to overcome poverty, provide education, health and a social welfare system for its people. The south is one of the least developed areas of the world with little infrastructure and a heavily armed population, where 75 percent of the estimated 8.26 million southerners can neither read nor write and a transport infrastructure consisting of approx 60km of tarmac road. [read more]