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Gov’t goes for foreign civil service

Author : | Published: Thursday, June 18, 2015

The government has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with three IGAD member countries to support it with civil service experts.

They will work in eight of the ten states to help them in various sectors such as health, financial management and information technology.

Officials say the experts from Kenya, Uganda and Ethiopia will not be deployed in Upper Nile and Unity state due to insecurity.

“They are going to be deployed in hospitals and in government institutions like the auditor general, National Legislative Assembly,” said Ngor Kolong, Minister of Labour and Public Service.

Mr. Ngor Kolong says the experts will be deployed one month from the date of signing of the agreement.

He says the experts will work with the government for two years. The project is funded by the government of Norway and implemented by the United Nations Development Program.

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