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national ministries (2011/08 - 2013/07)

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2013/06/27 to 2013/06/28 Member of the NLA take part in a workshop 'to better understand how CDF funds have been used in the past, identify deficiencies in the current system from the legislation to the process of accounting for expenditures, and finally to make recommendations on how to improve the use of the CDF in the future'. This is organized by SUNY/CID and Deloitte with the Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs and the Constituency Fund Committee of the NLA. Snippet
2013/09/29 The UNMISS co-ordinator for Eastern Equatoria State announces that UNMISS (Japanese engineer contingent) will implement repairs of bridges and drainage points on the Juba-Torit road, because of their very poor condition at present. The government of EES had previously appealed to donors to help with roads in the state, with little response. The national ministry of roads had agreed a USD 360 million project with the World Bank for the Nisit- Nadapal highway, of which USD has been disbursed. Last Oct, GOSS was also in discussion with Kenya for a USD 1 billion road upgrade from Eldoret to Juba. Snippet
2013/08/08 A report in the name of the 'National Advocacy Group' (membership unknown) published in SouthSudanNation.com, alleges large-scale corruption under the former commerce minister, Garang Diing Akuang. It details the modality, which involves getting a permit from the ministry to buy USD at the official government rate in order to import something, but selling the dollars at a black-market price. A branch of the Qatar National Bank is accused of collusion. The NAG says it provided the report privately to the President and Anti-Corruption Commission in late 2012, but saw no action. Snippet 1129
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National ministries and ministers (2011/08/26 - 2013/07/23)

The table below shows ministries and ministers during the period from late August 2011 (shortly after Independence) to 23 July 2013, when President Kiir relieved all ministers and re-configured the ministries. The number of ministries is 29 (including the two Offices of the President)

Ministry Minister Deputy/Assistant Minister(s)
Cabinet Affairs Deng Alor Kuol Wek Mamer Kuol
Defence and Veteran Affairs John Kong Nyuon Majak Agot Atem
Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Nhial Deng Nhial Grace Daterio (for Foreign Affairs)
Elias Nyamlel Wako (for International Cooperation)1
Office of the President Emmanuel Lowilla -
Office of the President for National Security Service Oyay Deng Ajak -
Justice John Luk Jok Paulino Wanowila Onango
Interior Alison Manani Magaya Salva Mathok Gengdit
Parliamentary Affairs Michael Makuei Lueth -
Finance and Economic Planning Kosti Manibe Ngai Marial Awou Yol
Mary Jervas Yak
Labour, Public Service and Human Resource Development Awut Deng Acuil Kwong Danhier Gatluak
Health Michael Milly Hussein Yatta Loli Lugar
Information and Broadcasting Barnaba Marial Benjamin Atem Yak Atem
Agriculture and Forestry Betty Achan Ogwaro Beda Machar Deng
Roads and Bridges Gier Chuang Aluong Simon Majok Mijak
Transport Agnes Poni Lokudu Mayom Kuoc Malek
General Education and Instruction Joseph Ukel Abango Rebecca Joshua Okwaci
Higher Education, Science and Technology Peter Adwok Nyaba Gabriel Kuc Abyei
Commerce, Industry and Investment Garang Diing Akuang Kengen Jakor
Environment Alfred Lado Gore Philip Palet Gadin
Housing and Physical Planning Jemma Nunu Kumba Mary Nyawulang
Telecommunication and Postal Services Madut Biar Yel Beatrice Khamisa Wani
Petroleum and Mining Stephen Dhieu Dau Elizabeth James Bol
Electricity and Dams David Deng Athorbei Rhoda David Alar
Gender, Child and Social Welfare Agnes Lasuba Priscilla Nyanyang Joseph
Humanitarian Affairs and Disaster Management Joseph Lual Acuil Sabina Dario Okolong
Water Resources and Irrigation Paul Mayom Akec Ali Keti Ochie
Wildlife, Conservation and Tourism Gabriel Changson Obuch Ojwok
Animal Resources and Fisheries Martin Elia Lomuro Nadia Arop Dudi
Culture, Youth and Sports Cirino Hiteng Lofuho -

Note

  1. Elias Nyamlel Wako was dismissed from this post on 2013/04/12 (ref.).

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