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2007.07.19
* UNICEF: With help from the Government of Japan, Southern Sudan rebuilds its schools
* 17 Jul 2007

Schoolchildren in Southern Sudan celebrate the opening of their newly constructed school. Joining the children is Mr. Yuichi Ishii, Japanese Ambassador to Sudan. Because of his Government’s contribution of $8.6 million dollars, schools like this have been built and many others have been rehabilitated.
Soundbite: (English) Mr. Ted Chaiban, UNICEF Representative in Sudan “With this 8.6 million dollar contribution from the government of Japan, we have been able to focus on school construction, we have been able to construct 20 schools in south Sudan and rehabilitate another 20 schools and the work is still on going and it has been a great success.”
To support UNICEF and the Southern Sudanese Government in their Child-friendly Schools Project, Japan has also contributed to the procurement of textbooks, benefiting 750,000 schoolchildren.
Soundbite: (English) Mr. Yuichi Ishii, Japanese Ambassador to Sudan “UNICEF and the people of two states, Unity and Lakes, are working hard to make the project possible or successful, so am very much impressed with the performance of the people here.”
After more then two decades of civil war, South Sudan launched a “Go to school Initiative” to rebuild its school system and bring an estimated 1.6 million children back to the classroom.
Southbite: (English) Mr. James Magok Ater, Director of General Education, Lakes State South Sudan “Our self we have not constructed even a single school and the schools that have been constructed are either through community participation or through UN agencies like this one of the Japanese”
As more boys and girls are enrolled, more learning spaces and school supplies are needed, making Japan’s contribution an especially timely one.

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