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  • Inauguration Ceremony of College of Law

    Inauguration Ceremony of College of Law

    On Saturday April 11, Michael McCarthy, the Charge d’ Affaires of the United States Embassy in Juba, said at the inaugural ceremony of the University of Juba College of Law: “The Juba University School of Law is an institution that will instill a sense of justice and fairness to the students, and strengthen the rule of law, democratic governance, and access to justice for all”. The 6.5 million dollar facility was jointly funded by the United States and Norway. The Minister of Education, John Gai Yoah, thanked the United States and Norway for their generous support.

  • Launch of the Eye Radio repeater station in Torit

    Launch of the Eye Radio repeater station in Torit

    On Friday April 10th, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and Internews launched an Eye Radio repeater station in South Sudan’s Eastern Equatoria state capital, Torit, the Torit repeater will extend first of 10 planned radio repeaters to extend the radio’s reception to approximately 100,000 listeners in Eastern Equatoria state.

  • Special Envoy Amb. Donald Booth Speaks to the Media in Juba

    Special Envoy Amb. Donald Booth Speaks to the Media in Juba

    U.S. Special Envoy for Sudan and South Sudan Amb. Donald Booth was in Juba over the last several days to meet with President Kiir, other members of government, academics, elders and members of civil society regarding the peace process and the way forward.

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  • Launch of the Zain-USAID/iSTREAM Partnership  to Expand Independent Radio Access

    Launch of the Zain-USAID/iSTREAM Partnership to Expand Independent Radio Access

    Access to radio is not just a matter of coverage but also a matter of resources; USAID iSTREAM will continue supporting distribution of radios to marginalized communities. Approximately 50,000 solar-powered, hand-crank radios will be distributed within these communities in the near future.

  • USAID and BRAC Launched A Reach Out-Of-School Children Project

    USAID and BRAC Launched A Reach Out-Of-School Children Project

    USAID launched a new project to provide quality basic education to children in South Sudan who are currently not attending school. Implemented by BRAC International, this new project will establish 350 community schools in Eastern Equatoria, Western Equatoria, Central Equatoria and Lakes states over 3 years, provide access to basic education to 10,500 out-of-school children and train and support 350 community teachers. “The children of today are the potential leaders of this country tomorrow. The United States is proud to stand with you in ensuring that these children achieve that potential to lead this country tomorrow,” said U.S. Chargé d'Affaires Ambassador Charles Twining.

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  • Call for Applications: 2016 -2017 Humphrey Fellowship Program

    U.S. Embassy in South Sudan is now accepting applications for the 2016-2017 Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program. This one-year fellowship program is offered to mid-career professionals working at the policy level who have a record of leadership and a commitment to public service. Completed applications should be submitted online no later than July 15, 2015.

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