What Strengthening Integrity And Transparency Means For Us

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By Kon Joseph Leek, September 21, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —— “Transparency and integrity leads to the operationalization of governance.” – Hon. Yien Oral Lam Tut, Minister of Higher Education, Science and Technology. “Transparency is not said, it is done. It is important to know how the money has been spent and in which area…We need to share financial statements such as account […]

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THE TRAGEDY OF PLENTY, WHY THERE IS CONFLICT IN OIL PRODUCING COUNTRIES

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  A CASE STUDY OF SOUTH SUDAN   _____________________ A Research Proposal Presented to the College of Oil and Gas, Research of Uganda Christian University Kampala, Uganda __________________ In Partial Fulfilment of the Requirements for the Degree Of Oil and Gas Management ________________ By: MALEK COOK-DWACH REG No: J15B44/008   JULY, 2016  ABSTRACT South Sudan is one of the countries in […]

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SSSUU Provides Support To 143 Students From Various Universities And Colleges Across Uganda

Union’s Executives with Patron Hon. Stephen Dhieu Dau, the of Minister of Petroleum and Mining (Photo/SSSUU).

April 25, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —- This year, South Sudanese Students’ Union in Uganda (SSSUU), has rendered financial support to students in various Universities and colleges in Uganda. Under the leadership of the Union President, Mr. Albino Akol Akol, the Union’s cabinet and Council agreed with the heads of Associations of different Universities and colleges that the support would be directed to […]

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Economic Grievances of South Sudan: A Lesson From Countries That Follow Developmental State Political Economy

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By David Ruach Tang, March 24, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —–  Sudan is the youngest country in Africa and in the world. It has many lessons to learn from the rest of the world and also opportunities to develop its economy. It should not re-invent the wheels. As a country which has just emerged out of protracted civil war and inherited development problems […]

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Poverty, Conflict, Access To And Equity In Education: An Explanation To Education Exclusion Zones In South Sudan

Children who are silently excluded from education, and still live below extreme poverty line and in conflict zone (zone 3 exclusion; physically attending Bush School but have nothing to learn due to absence of quality learning environment, Maiwut County South Sudan, June 2105.

By David Ruach Tang, March 27, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —- According to recent UNICEF report on the status of education of children in South Sudan (2016), about 1 out of 6 children in South Sudan do not have access to education, receive no equitable education, or at all have not been enrolled in school. Equitable access to education implies more than equal […]

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SSSLU in Uganda Responds to Former Union President Mr. Makuei Aguer’s Claims

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By Juma Keneth, Dec 29, 2015 (Nyamilepedia) —- ‘’The New Twist In The South Sudanese Students’ Affairs In Uganda.’’ Our Motto: New Era, New Dawn For Unity Gallant South Sudanese, fellow countrymen and women, I greet you in the names of the Almighty God and the Republic of South Sudan. It is my hope that this message finds you safe and […]

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Examining the Contemporary Status of an Education System: The Case of the Republic of South Sudan

A preschool class is taught numbers in English by singing songs. Only one in 10 South Sudanese children will complete primary school, according to a recent study.(Photo: TRNS)

Author Boboya James Edimond Barnaba, A Scholar of the Practice in International Development Management, Governance and Social Policy Dec 21, 2015(Nyamilepedia) — Introduction: This paper attempts to examine the contemporary status of an education system. The paper takes the case of the Republic of South Sudan. The key issues the paper will examine are the education enrollment and completion rates […]

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The Case Of Climate Change And Human Security In South Sudan

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A Policy Strategy Paper On Adapting To The Negative Impacts Of Climate Change: The Case Of Climate Change And Human Security In South Sudan By Boboya James Edimond Barnaba The Heller School for Social Policy and Management Brandeis University October 2015 Introduction This policy paper is written in response to the negative impacts of climate change. The paper takes the […]

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