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Signing Ceremony - The Netherlands contribution of 22 Million USD toward Accessing Sustainable WASH Services in South Sudan

Signing Ceremony - The Netherlands contribution of 22 Million USD toward Accessing Sustainable WASH Services in South Sudan

Who: Janet Alberda, Ambassador of The Netherlands to the Republic of South Sudan and Mohamed Ayoya, UNICEF Representative to South Sudan

What: UNICEF and Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands invite you to this signing ceremony

When: Thursday 24 October 2019, 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM

Where: Embassy of the Kingdom of The Netherlands – Airport Drive, opposite New Sudan Palace Hotel.

Why: Please join UNICEF South Sudan and Embassy of The Kingdom of the Netherlands in South Sudan for the signing ceremony of The Netherlands Government contribution of US$ 22 million toward Accessing Sustainable Sanitation and Water (WASH) Services, Resilience Programming. The four-year programme brings UNICEF and its partners together to ensure that 2.2 million vulnerable population, particularly children and other vulnerable groups in conflict-affected, underserved and epidemic-prone communities in South Sudan, use improved, equitable and sustainable WASH services.

Please see the full agenda for the event (tentative):

Time and Topic
10:30- 11.00
Arrival and registration

11:00-11:05
Signing Ceremony

11:05-11:10
Remarks by H.E Ambassador Janet Alberda

11:10-11:15
Remarks by Dr. Mohamed Ayoya, UNICEF Representative in South Sudan

11:15 – 11:30
Q & A media session with Dr. Mohamed Ayoya and H.E Ambassador Janet

The media is invited to cover this signing ceremony event. Please confirm your participation before the close of business on Wednesday, so that the Embassy can process your visitor’s gate pass.


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