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2009

Project for Human Resources Development for Darfur and the Three Protocol Areas (Sudan)

Soudan

Titre : Project for Human Resources Development for Darfur and the Three Protocol Areas (Sudan)

Country : Soudan

Project Period : From June 1, 2009 to May 30, 2012

Project Counterparts : Higher Council for Decentralized Governance (Federal Level) State Ministry of Finance (State/Policy Level) State Water Corporation, State Ministry of Health, State Ministry of Education, Technical Schools (State/Implementing Level)

Contexte
Having gone through several political momentums in recent years, such as Comprehensive Peace Agreement in 2005 and South Sudan’s independence in July 2011, as well as Darfur Peace Agreement in 2006 and Doha Peace Agreement in July 2011, Sudan has yet embraced instability. This trend is remarkable especially in its war-torn areas, Darfur in west and the border of the Three Protocol Areas with a new neighboring country South Sudan. The long-continued wars kept these areas fragile and underdeveloped.

In order to contribute to sustainable peace and development in the aforementioned areas in the long-term, in February 2009, JICA agreed to support improving public services though human resource development in the area of basic human needs ; water supply, maternal and child health and vocational training for Darfur States, South Kordofan and Blue Nile State.

Résumé
The Project goals are as follows :
1 . Coordination capacities of the state government are strengthened through management of pilot activities and training programmes
2. Accesses to public services for water supplies, maternal health care and vocational training are improved in the three Darfur States and South Kordfan and Blue Nile States.

Présentation JICA (Japan International Cooperation Agency)

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