Albino Bridge in Kator Payam nears completion

The near completion of the Albino Bridge in Juba is sparking hope and joy among residents, connecting communities like never before and symbolizing progress and unity

South Sudan's Ministry of Roads and Bridges

People in Juba are very excited because the Albino Bridge, which was paid for by JICA, is almost finished. This brand-new, four-lane bridge is an important link between Malakia, Konyo-Konyo, and the Saint Theresa Catholic Church.

This news gives people in the neighbourhood hope in the midst of many problems. We should all thank the Japanese government for being so helpful and proactive with projects like the Freedom Bridge, the Juba Urban Water Project, and now the Albino Bridge.

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“We are very thankful to the kind people and government of Japan.” Their hard work and success could teach our leaders a thing or two. Atem Yak Mayen said, “Maybe giving infrastructure projects to JICA could be the key to success.”


Then Grace Medina spoke up: “What a beautiful investment this bridge is!” It’s not just about steel and concrete; it’s also about bringing people together and promoting growth.

In Juba, the Albino Bridge stands tall as a sign of growth and cooperation.

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