Khartoum- Sudan and UNICEF signed at the Ministry of International Cooperation yesterday plan of action of the four-year country program of UNICEF at the cost of some 241 million dollars.
Minister of International Cooperation Idriss Suliman signed on behalf of the government of Sudan, while UNICEF Resident Representative in Sudan Abdallah Fadhil signed for the UN agency.
The Minister expressed during the signing ceremony appreciation to the distinguished role UNICEF has remained to assume in Sudan pointing out that it has remained focusing on the national priorities and meeting the needs of children in the various sectors of health, education, drinking water and sanitation.
He described the plan of action as ambitious and includes many gains for the children, saying that through cooperation with UNICEF Sudan can realize the agenda of sustainable development.
The Resident Representative of UNICEF, on his part, said the plan of action is based on the national priorities, adding that UNICEF is a genuine partner for the government.
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