Month: September 2014

South Sudan Stakeholders Have High Hopes of Breakthrough After They Took Over the Process!

Updated at 12:45Am, Sept 30, 2014(PST). Sept 30, 2014(Nyamilepedia) — The South Sudan stakeholders in Bahir Dar, Ethiopia, have made a few breakthroughs in the recent round of peace talks. Within the last few days, the stakeholders have agreed on the provision of federalism, two deputies prime ministers positions, president position, prime minister position, vice…

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Fighting In Yei, Not Entirely Over Salary!

Updated at 11:59Am, Oct 1, 2014(PST) Sept 30, 2014(Nyamilepedia) — According to Luk David, a junior army officer, who has served in Yei for the last one year, the fighting which broke out this morning was sparked by a deployment issue although it coincides with the end of the month. Luk believes that Maj. Akech…

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Nyamilepedia Reprimands Attack on “Individuals” By The United Nations Mission In South Sudan!

Press Release Sept 30, 2014(Nyamilepedia) — While responding to one of our latest articles, UNMISS Accused of Taking Side in The Conflict, the UNMISS’ Head of Media Monitoring Unit and Public Information Office, Joe Contreras, accused Nyamilepedia’s contributors of growing tendencies to the efforts to restore peace in South Sudan. “The Mission also deplores the…

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Why Federalism In South Sudan

By Alier Ateny Lueth. Opinion. Sept 30, 2014(Nyamilepedia) — This paper is going to explain why the author argues that federalism is the best way to bring sense into South Sudan’s political discourse. Citizens of South Sudan need to ask themselves some important questions that will help them identify the problems in their national politics…

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Is Dr. Elia Lomuro an oriented adversary of Federal Democratic RSS?

By Bol Khan Rom Opinion. Sept 30, 2014(Nyamilepedia) — The present South Sudan’s Minister for Cabinet Affairs, Dr. Martin Elia Lomuro, is an arch enemy of Federal Democratic Republic of South Sudan (FDRSS). He is a motivated opponent of the proposed Reforms, the reforms which shall lead our nation to permanent sustainable peace and development.…

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The Consortium of External Civil Society Organizations of South Sudan (CECSOSS) CPJ, and others Civil Societies Contribution in South Sudan, Peace Talks in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, is very crucial and effective.

By Stephen Tut Puol, Opinion. Sept 30, 2014(Nyamilepedia) — The Consortium, CPJ and others Civil Societies, Contributions in Addis Ababa, Peace Process, is to stop and prevent the outbreak of violent conflicts in the first place and to enable sustainable conflict transformation in the Country and it will continued to work toward the attainment of…

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UNMISS denies report of peacekeepers reinforcing SPLA garrisons

Press Release Sept 30th, 2014 (Nyamilepedia) The attention of the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) has been drawn to allegations that appeared yesterday, in an article that was posted on the pro-armed opposition website nyamile.com, accusing the UNMISS peacekeepers of installing barbed wire fencing around SPLA garriso! ns in various locations in South…

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DECENTRALIZATION POLICY AND PROMOTION OF SERVICE DELIVERY IN UGANDA HEALTH SECTOR

  A CASE STUDY OF MULAGO HOSPITAL   BY   TER MANYANG GATWECH   02/04818/131419/D   A RESEARCH REPORT SUBMITTED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL ECONOMIC SCIENCES IN PARTIAL FULFILMENTS FOR THE AWARD THE A BACHELOR’S DEGREE OF ARTS IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT OF CAVENDISH UNIVERSITY UGANDA   JULY, 2014 DECLARATION I, Ter Manyang…

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South Sudan bus crash kills at least 56

Sept 29, 2014(Juba) —  At least 56 people have been killed after a bus travelling from South Sudan to Uganda crashed into a truck, doctors say. “The police first brought something like 20 bodies … all in all they brought 56,” said Xaviour Okadi, a doctor at the main hospital in South Sudan’s capital Juba.…

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China Halts Weapons Sales to South Sudan After Norinco Shipment

By Ilya Gridnef, Bloomberg Sept 29, 2014(Bloomberg) — China halted weapons sales to South Sudan after it discovered the state arms manufacturer sold millions of dollars worth of equipment to the war-torn nation, a Chinese Embassy official said. China North Industries Group Corp., known as Norinco, delivered its first consignment of a $38 million order…

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