By John A. Akec
"There is no shortage of funding in the world, only shortage of fund-able plans"- Author’s personal conviction
January 14, 2013 - South Sudan obtained its independence from Sudan in July 2011, six months after voting overwhelmingly to secede from the country in a referendum conducted on 9th January 2011.
The baseline on which the government of the independent South Sudan had launched its developmental effort was grim, even by African standards. With a population of 8.26 (...)
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