The Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture in South Sudan, Dr. Nadia Arop Dudi commends Rwanda?s policy of empowering and developing Youth.
Both Ministers agreed that the collaboration should be emphasized and extended to nation youth councils.Minister Dr. Nadia made this remark yesterday after completing her two days study visit in Rwanda, in order to learn from Rwanda?s best practices as far as youth empowerment and development are concerned.
?Rwanda is one of the countries that the situation is similar like our situation but they have gone through all the difficulties, they have gained experience and they came together, they unite and build their country?, said Min. Dr Nadia.

During her study tour in Rwanda, Min. Dr Nadia met her counterpart, Minister of Youth and ICT in Rwanda, Jean Philbert Nsengimana, she visited National youth council, Kimisagara one stop youth employment and productive center and the ministry of sports and Culture as well.
?We congratulate youth leadership in Rwanda to engage young people themselves in implementing their ideas into work. We will put in action whatever we learnt from Rwanda, we will not copy and paste but we will put them in action according to our nation and policies,? she added.

Minister Dr. Nadia said that the obvious policies that are in line with the vision of the Government of Rwanda are important things she learnt.

The Rwanda?s Minister of Youth and ICT, Nsengimana Jean Philbert, said that the Country created various programs related to youth empowerment and development.

?We do joint planning and bring stakeholders together. We work as synergy in order to achieve our goals?, Minister Nsengimana told his counterpart.
Both Ministers agreed that the collaboration between Rwanda?s Ministry of Youth and ICT and South Sudan?s Ministry of Youth, Culture and sports should be emphasized and extended to nation youth councils.

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