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South Sudan lays stones for teacher training institute in Aweil


September 17, 2009 (JUBA) — The government of Southern Sudan o, Tuesday laid down stones for teachers training institute in Aweil, Northern Bahr el Ghazal State.

The first higher learning institution in the area is described as a significant step in strengthening capacity in the education sector, and now recovering after decades of conflict.

Located in Maper Akot, West of Aweil town, capital of Northern Bahr el Ghazal State, in Southern Sudan, The institute will be a centre for building more effective education systems and skills for individuals and institutions.

Witnessing the event, Professor Job Dhoruai, Minister of Education, Science and Technology of the Government of Southern Sudan, said this centre "will greatly supplement the efforts of our other institutions such as the teacher institutes, and will provide much-needed leadership in the education sector."

The institute will deliver a number of important services, including: In-service training for professionals, Technical support to the ministry of education at all levels and in all educational fields an education information repository, knowledge centre and clearing house.

The minister praised the contributions made by donor countries particularly the Japan for the establishment of this institute which represents "a key, strategic investment in the education sector."


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  • 18 September 2009 05:33, by Ahmed

    good idea! I am glade when they become teachers they wil teach the kids how to flee their country when the Indepedence happens and suffering begins! Osay should go to become a teacher their I recoommed Oshay teaching their

    • 18 September 2009 06:40, by kuminyandi

      Hey! Ahmed,

      Ramadan Kareem, Ya shiekhna. Asmaa, khalek muh-tarem shu-ya ma eljamaa del. wa shukren.

      Akhoukh fi llah, Kumi.

      • 18 September 2009 07:03, by Ahmed

        yes!! lol

        Eid karim brother!

        • 18 September 2009 07:06, by kuminyandi

          Allah-o Akrem.

          • 18 September 2009 13:22, by Aarai Baka

            WOW!!!! some bunch of jahidish are here huh? Allah-o Akrem where? internet terrorist, wants to form some internet virus to attack Sudan tribune readers and commentators.

            by the way, Ahmed how is aramadan going in Khartuom and some others northern cities? I bet no bomb blast, because there are some bunch of roadside bombers in Khartuom that have been brought from middle east, namely Palestinian,Iranian,Iraqis and extremist Egyptian jahid who want to topple government in Cairo.

            • 18 September 2009 18:36, by Ahmed

              IF u want to disrespect! disrespect me not my relgion!! BE KOOL

    • 18 September 2009 06:46, by Gatjang

      To Ahmed

      "Osay should go to become a teacher their I recoommed Oshay teaching their". What are you talking about my friend. Make your point clear. If you are asking Oshay to find a teaching job there, then contact him private.

      South Sudan now have a system whereby you have to applied for a position and they check a background of your degree, Oshay had no qualifications to teach there anyway because we don’t teach our children hatred or to hate. The called for independence South does not bring chaos and sorrows, we know what we are going for and stop being jealous.

    • 18 September 2009 08:07, by mathem jech amer


      I am now re-teaching but not teaching your muslims ladies at Brirish Council who were poorly taught by fake muslim teachers.I talk of ladies but not boys because your boys are dealing with stealing, jihad, terrorism, business, playcards and used as logs for keeping camels in Saudi Arabia.

      Please advise your northerner’s teachers to experience the real teaching profession rather than fake Mahd (institute) they had attended.

      Jech Amer

      • 18 September 2009 08:21, by Ahmed

        watch out before I deal with U!

    • 18 September 2009 13:01, by Gabriel Green

      Logic boy you true.but there were two building already existing and no training is going on there, they are just ocupy by grass.

      Why not bringing the teachers,trainers instead of continuous buidings with out training. please! may use of building in Malekalel & one in Wanyjok Jucntion.

    • 18 September 2009 13:10, by Aarai Baka

      To Ahmed



      where u want to recommended Oshay to be a teacher? I bet u means in the north not in the South boy!!!!!!!!!! I think Mr. Ahmed u need little bit schooling to improve your English writing because the way u spelled out, recommended Oshay to be a teacher there. (recoommed osay teaching their)? I bet u r 15 years old boy need Some good qualified teacher to teach u how to improve your writing boy.we dont discriminated people due to their ages,colors,racist but I wouldnt recommended u to be a teacher in the South due to your low English,need more improvement, it will confused those kids in the school. South is not in need of unqualified people but talented,well educated person to do the job of teaching not just bunch of dumb people. I didnt mean it u but unqualified persons. u r welcome when u done with your school with proof of degrees.showing u have accomplish and some experience with background check if u were not al qaeda teacher.

      Eid Aramadan,and peace up boy.


    • 18 September 2009 18:47, by julius mowanga

      Brothers Sudanese Fellows;

      I wounder how we call ourselves here,in this respected Forum,???It ashamed me when my Pastor,a Canadian-White Man,who devoted his service to the cause of Sudanese,disgusted by the way we do share our opinions in a democratic atmosphere,and how we handle our differences.

      Please respect each other,no matter what our opponent’s opinion is!!!Can we?I think yes we can......

      Regarding the Islamic Faith,half of my family are Muslims,my father is a Christian while my mom is a Muslim.I have to tell you that,religion principles,whether Christianity or Islamic never affected our lovely family ties,even with our neighbors we maintain a very healthy,lovely relationships.

      For the record Aweil Town and Bahrel Gazal in general,is the centre of the SouthSudan Muslims,who are NOT Arabs,but pure SouthSudan Indigenous.

      Education is ultimate right of everyone,should be sought from the cradle to the grave,as my mom used to quote according to Islam.

      It’s a fundamental right in our SPLM/A Manefesto,Sudan Interim Constitution,SouthSudan Interim Constitution,UN Human Rights Chapter,etc..that Faith is an individual and personal right for whoever claim it.


      EACE OUT...

  • 18 September 2009 06:47, by Mr Famous Big_Logic_Boy

    Unless i see the real building before i will praise this, otherwise another construction of individual house is going on in foreign countries.

  • 18 September 2009 07:16, by Ahmed

    DO they offer teaching jobs for 15yrs olds!! I would for sure like to get a teaching job there! And I am not joking

    • 18 September 2009 09:23, by james

      Mahmad, dude ur an arab. do u think we would hire u. i mean look we dnt want our children to learn nothing but something. we want them to learn about our belove nation that is acopied by thugs u know what i mean. and soon they will kick the crab out of u in the north. can u teach them that?. No offense. Gatluak

      • 18 September 2009 09:41, by Ahmed

        What do u mean no offense! U just trashed me and my family.....

        • 18 September 2009 11:38, by Mel mosa

          Oshay only teach karen.

          • 18 September 2009 13:58, by BUSTA 2

            To Ahmed, (Complete your will before you go there)!!

            My brother if dare going there, you better write your will because am sure you will not come back a live simply those young boys and gals whom you will go and teach are more worser than their parent!!

            If you are jobless you better die because of povery than to go and die in the of Junglese.

            Brother in Christ,

            Busta 2

            • 18 September 2009 14:43, by Axan

              Busta2 or rather bastards,

              Its no wonder this discussion forum would never be safe, lest idiots like you, Oshit, ahmed...goes the list, contunes to postulate their craps belittling the wonderful people of Southern Sudan.

              The brief advice I would give to you is that, be patient please... this "peoples" you seem to hate are on the verge of deciding their fates. And all the best of all sorts that you self-attribute would be left to reign and die with you.

              Children in southern sudan might not be as dangerous as you may thinks....why? because there has been no such a thing as a young boy or girl blowing him’herself up for the sake of glorifying "GOD".

              Shame would be upon the Islamic North suadn to-be!....and glory be to the Mighty South Sudan....

              • 18 September 2009 18:40, by Ahmed

                I had respect for U man!! why are u including me in ur enemy list!! U want to put a 15yrs old in ur enemy list thats not Kool man not kool

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