If the saying, "if you fail to plan, then you plan to fail" is anything to go by, then that is exactly what the Ministry of Agriculture took notice of when planning to feed its people.
In the past twelve months, the South Sudan Ministry of General and Higher Education has been kept on their toes to find solutions to issues, ranging from transfer of students and the institutions from Khartoum, finding Arabic teachers to teach returnee students, to addressing the battles between the students and Juba University administration.
Horiok, Nyugule and Ngalam are a few of the small tribes that long existed in South Sudan but were in the shadow of political instability. They were rarely heard of, and hardly did they get the forum to speak for themselves.
"Refugees have no choice. You do." Was the theme for World Refugee Day, June 20th 2012. According to the UN refugee agency UNHCR, every minute, eight people leave everything behind to escape war, persecution or terror.
As South Sudan joins the rest of the continent to mark the International Day of the African Child on June 16, education officials have indicated plans to not only enhance infrastructure, but also introduce national languages in the curriculum of schools.