A nurse administers a measles vaccination to child in Riwoto PHCC Centre [File - Gurtong]
By Joseph Nashion
YAMBIO, 08 July 2012 [Gurtong] – The Minister of Health Dr Michael Milly Hussein said the country has allocated adequate finances for service delivery to the people of South Sudan, but which was disrupted after the February oil shutdown.
Dr Hussein was responding to questions from the locals about lack of doctors in Nzara County on Wednesday.
He disclosed that the government has signed a contract with a Chinese firm to build 100 health centers in the country.
“The President made it clear that security, health, education and agriculture will not be badly affected in the austerity budget.
This will to enable the delivery of basic services to the people.”, said Hussein.
The SPLM delegation is visiting all counties of the state to thank the local people for having stood strong with the SPLM party during the 2010 general elections and the 2011 referendum.
The Minister urged the people of South Sudan to remain calm until the austerity measures are over for services to return to normalcy.