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Indian embassy expands online government training

Merio Jimmy, Juba


The Indian embassy in Juba has recently completed a two week Environmental Impact Assessment online training course for a number of government employees.


In past years, the embassy has sent officials to India to complete the course with in person training. Eleven officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Petroleum and Ministry of Environment travelled to India when training was hosted in New Delhi.


Given the current COVID-19 pandemic, the embassy have switched to online tuition, which has reportedly been a great success. Officials attending the course this month thanked the embassy for organising such useful training that they felt would be highly beneficial in their line of work.

Ambassador S.D Moorthy speaking at a recent digitalisation event in Juba.

Indian Ambassador S.D Moorthy congratulated the officials on completing the course, and urged them to tell their colleagues about the opportunities offered by the embassy in Juba. Key ministries and officials are regularly updated as to new courses and are encouraged to apply.


The Indian embassy have said that all officials who attended the course will shortly be issued with certificates.

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