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Sudan Committee urges review of foreign aid

February 10 - 2016 KHARTOUM
Displaced prepare for the night in Jimam, Kurmuk locality, Blue Nile state (Radio Tamazuj)
Displaced prepare for the night in Jimam, Kurmuk locality, Blue Nile state (Radio Tamazuj)

The Sudanese Foreign Aid Supreme Committee has called for a review of foreign aid to the country.

The Minister of International Cooperation, El Fateh Ali Siddig, said in a press conference held by the Foreign Aid Technical Committee on Monday that the size of foreign aid provided to Sudan in all fields needs to be re-determined.

He said that the Technical Committee decided “to include and activate all focal points” in its latest meeting, “to collect all information”, and “attract more aid to Sudan”.

The Minister added that the committee will again meet in the upcoming days, under the chairmanship of the first vice-president, to assess the aid projects, and to attract more donors in the fields of capacity-building, and of infrastructure.

(Sudan Vision)


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