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July 17, 2019 (JUBA) - South Sudan is seeking to strengthen cooperation with China to enhance development in the education sector.

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A sample of the primary school textbooks, October 22, 2012 (ST)

The country’s general education minister, Deng Deng Hoc Yai, said Juba seeks to expand the existing cooperation with Beijing in an effort to increase education opportunities in Africa’s newest nation.

Deng, Xinhua reported, also disclosed that they began discussions on a new education agreement that would allow China print more text books for South Sudan and increase exchange programs.

The agreement, he said, would also cover issues of capacity building for the people of South Sudan.

"We have a lot of young people who are learning in China for bachelor, masters and some for PhDs [Doctorate of Philosophy]," said Deng.

"We have also a lot of teachers and head teachers who were taken to China for training and many of them have come back and they are now doing a lot better than before," he added.

Since South Sudan gained independence in 2011, China has reportedly contributed to its education sector by constructing at least three schools, offered capacity building to hundreds of teachers and helped the country print at least 750,000 textbooks.

(ST)

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  • 18 July 09:15, by Eastern

    USA literally poured billions of US dollars in kind and cash in the education sector without much impact now I don’t how Chinese money would do the trick....Are these regime handlers not just looking for a new source of dime..?

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  • 18 July 10:31, by Khent

    And the begging bowl routine continues unabated. Wait for the frisson of celebatory comments to appear as though this is not actually shameful. Why on earth do we need China to do something as simple as printing books? These morons seem to think that it’s the responsibility of other governments and private organisations to assume their roles, responsibilities and duties...

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    • 19 July 15:20, by Midit Mitot

      Eastern, Jubaone and Khent,

      China knows how to loots any country being lead by fool and illiterates leaders like South Sudan, look, they are now confusing South Sudanese students who have gove through their fake Bangalore (Chines language), better America that has been wasting her huge money for South-North peace by then.

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      • 15 November 13:41, by Sean Bancroft

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