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“The Nepalese Battalion has … given their project to the right people, the right place,” Mr. Ramdhan said.
“We shall not betray your trust. We shall maintain it to the best level that we can.”
UNMISS Recovery Reintegration and Peacebuilding (RRP) section funded the QIP, which cost $24,309.
RRP Officer Saeed Hussein said the QIP formed part of a capacity building project for institutions.
“The kind of projects we support and fund are mainly small infrastructure (ones) … (like) sanitation, toilets, latrines and dormitories.”
The Nepalese battalion’s main task was to protect civilians, he added, but it had also decided to support development.
Dut Malual Arop, political advisor to the governor, urged students to make education their first priority, as this would determine the future of South Sudan.