Malakal holds clean-up campaign
Tuesday, 27 May 2008

A voluntary cleaning campaign has started in Malakal, the capital of Upper Nile State under the slogan: Keep your town clean.

300 women participate in the campaign following a three week training on how to deal with garbage under the auspices of NDI organization.

The Deputy Director of the Environment Department in Malakal, Peter Nyang, said that the campaign would last for two months.
He said that the health authorities contributed cleaning tools to the campaign, in addition to supervising the work.
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  • Guest - John Lwong

    This is a great things ever happening in Malakal town, whereby many players are taking part of improving the public health situation in town.
    Fashoda Youth Forum (FYF) a Southern Sudanese National NGO is also implementing a labor intensiv and skills transfere project on drainage culverts construction/rehabilitation project funded by UNDP through IRD targeting 98 household beneficiaries

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  • Guest - Aguer Nikanora Manyok Aguer

    Wow,I'm really happy when I see great things happen in our beloved homeland,may God almighty keep our people and our very very rich land safe and prosperous always,next move I hope it will be the clean water compaign,clean water equal good health to our people and a healthy environment,go a head with all the good work and we all will reap the friuts of our struggle.

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