“In South Sudan, Collective Good Should Surpass Individual Will,” says Colorado-based South Sudan News Editor

By Duop Chak Wuol on October 19, 2013

South Sudan Event

[Photo: UNDP] South Sudan leaders with a United Nations official

On July 9 the nation of South Sudan celebrated its second independence anniversary. Around the world, birthday wishes and dance celebrations marked the event. While the country is on a path towards self-reliance and development, it faces lots of challenges.

In two years, a lot has been achieved. Roads and bridges have been built, hospitals and schools are under construction and a lot is going on. But a lot remains to be done.

In this guest opinion piece, Duop Chak Wuol takes a look at the Sudan People’s Liberation Army(SPLM), and how the country and its leaders can get on a path of success.…

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South Sudan News Editor: In South Sudan, All Tribes Should Work Together

By Duop Chak Wuol on October 8, 2013

South Sudan Development Work
United Nations Development Program

South Sudan leaders at a UNDP ceremony

On July 9 the nation of South Sudan celebrated its second independence anniversary. Around the world, birthday wishes and dance parties marked the event. While the country is on a path towards self-reliance and development, it faces lots of challenges.

In two years, a lot has been achieved. Roads and bridges have been built, hospitals and schools are under construction and a lot is going on. But a lot remains to be done.

In this guest opinion piece, Duop Chak Wuol, an editor with the South Sudan News Agency, takes a look at some issues which need to be addressed in South Sudan, and how the country and its leaders can get on a path of success.…

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