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Bashir : Development cannot be achieved without capacity building and administrative reform
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Apr 4, 2011 - 7:53:49 AM

Bashir : Development cannot be achieved without capacity building and administrative reform

Khartoum, April 4 (SUNA) - The President of the Republic, Field Marshal Omar Al Bashir has reaffirmed that an envisaged comprehensive progress could not be achieved without effecting, parallely, a human capacity building and an inclusive administrative reform within the state apparatus Addressing the opening sitting of the Third Parliament Session, Monday , President Bashir has stressed that the government has made wide strides in the domain of education, upgrading curriculums and linking the states, electronically, with the centre and increasing the number of general education institutions a matter that increases students intake in the schools The President has stressed that the government has at the same time doubled its efforts on training teachers and improving the school environment Bashir told legislators on Monday that in the higher education sector, his government has ratified a number of decrees and legislations that allow for the establishment of five new universities, including Bahari University which is to absorb northern Sudanese students studying in southern Sudan universities He said as a result of the current information revolution that spread allover the country, the number of mobile subscribers has reached a record of seventeen million persons, thus helping with the economic activities in the productive sectors, namely the animal and agriculture sectors In health domain, the President said due attention was given to alleviate the burden of medial treatment on private individuals, specifically in the emergency services in the hospitals and in provision of assistance for poor families The President said efforts were also exerted to provide clean drinking water in the rural areas with special emphasis on north Kordufan, north and south Darfur, the Blue Nile and the White Nile states MA/MA

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