February 11, 2013 (JUBA) – South Sudan’s government has embarked on transforming the reintegration program into civil society of ex-combatants into sustainable income-generating developmental projects which will cater for their livelihoods outside military life.
The current parades of the South Sudan army and police have many ineffective personnel who are a severe drain on the operational capacity of the force and resources. Many are old, disabled and illiterate.
President Salva Kiir as a (...)
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