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South Sudan Road Rehabilitation

Women work to clear mitre drains.
The project has created work for many in the region.
The project has created work for many in the region.
The tractors used on the project.

South Sudan Road Rehabilitation

Tractors used for the rehabilitation.
Training for the work crews.
The WFP engineer works with local Community Development Officers (CDO) to employ, train and supervise local labour maintenance works along the road sections.
Men work along the roads.
One of the roads before rehabilitation.
The same road after rehabilitation.
One of the roads before rehabilitation
The same road after rehabiltiation.
The maintenance of repaired roads is now top priority.
The maintenance of repaired roads is now top priority.
Public Transport has greatly improved.
South Sudan Road works_Juba before
South Sudan Road works_Juba_after

WFP started the road rehabilitation programme in South Sudan in 2004.