Egypt pledges 10,000 acre irrigation project for Wau

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Radio Tamazuj |1 September 2014

Egypt pledges 10,000 acre irrigation project for Wau
 
Egypt’s government has pledged to implement a model farm project occupying 10,000 acres in Wau in South Sudan’s Western Bahr el Ghazal state, according to South Sudan's embassy in Cairo.
 
This development came after joint talks between the Egyptian Minister of Water Resources and Irrigation Husam Mughazi and Western Bahr el Gazal governor Rizig Zachariah Hassan who is visiting the Egyptian capital Cairo.
 
The meeting was also attended by South Sudan’s Ambassador to Egypt Anthony Kon and Western Bahr el Ghazal State Minister of Agriculture Adil Antazio.
 
Governor Rizig said Western Bahr el Ghazal is the only state which benefited from technical cooperation projects between Egypt and South Sudan in the area of irrigation.
 
The official visit by the governor to Egypt was fruitful, reads a statement issued by South Sudan embassy in Cairo.
Original source: Radio Tamazuj
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  1. Mamuor Philip Maluk
    14 Nov 2019

    This will increase agricultural Productivity of the county and this would be source of employment to many youths, such projects are highly encouraged for the betterment of the country's economy. countries with alot of productive projects or activities in which people are engaged, the rate of crimes are minimized

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