From the Sudan Tribune
Washington has launched on Monday a new project in South Sudan that will push for realisation of good governance in the new country, as vice-president, Riek Machar, reaffirmed continuous and strengthened relationship with the US government.
The project will target rule of law, finance management and petroleum management, among others, by strengthening the country’s weak institutions in various sectors and promote transparency and accountability.
Known as the Project on Good Governance in the Republic of South Sudan (PROGRESS), the three-year initiative will be financed by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID); a wing that Washington uses to help implement such vital projects across the globe.
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