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Junub Open Space

Junub are focused on programme development and capacity building of young entrepreneurs in their community. Junub Open Space is a community oriented initiative aiming at empowering and supporting Innovation among Youth. <mark>Our vision is to create a resilient South Sudan through our activities by every inch.</mark>

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We are a vibrant youth space that supports entrepreneurship, creativity, innovation, and collaboration amongst the youth in South Sudan. We act as a catalyst for empowering youth ventures in South Sudan. <p></p> Located in Hai Malakal Neighborhood of Juba, Scenius is at a central place and is accessible from multiple directions. Currently, the Hub has over 70 members from diverse backgrounds. The majority of them are <mark>young entrepreneurs who use the space as a launching pad for their various ideas and businesses. In its current form, the Hub offers an opportunity for the youth that is rarely found in South Sudan. </mark> <p></p> Our Hub has a serene co-working space equipped with wifi, power, and shared workstations. Through a partnership with Liquid Intelligent technologies, one of Africa’s largest fiber-optic network operators, the Hub provides complimentary high-speed internet access for over 20 visitors daily. People from different fields come and work as well as network at the space daily. <p></p> The programs within the hub also focus on supporting early-stage and scale-up stage startups with various business and management skills and mentorship to ensure the survival of the businesses. These programs are customized to suit the needs of and requirements of the South Sudan business ecosystem. <p></p> Our Community includes a diverse group of people from various fields and disciplines united under the umbrella of Scenius. The biggest value the community brings to space is the collaboration and sharing of knowledge that builds a strong collective vision. <p></p> See our membership that is made to suit the various levels of engagement and growth.

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University of Juba

University of Juba established the Computer Studies Centre (CSC) in July 1996. In accordance with the resolution of the Senate and the authorization of University of Juba Council (statute number 15). The Centre was opened with the <mark>latest technical specifications and its main aim was to meet the practical requirement for short and intermediate Computer Skills training courses for government and private institutions as well as individual applicants.</mark> Following the increase in the demand for computer graduates, the Centre was upgraded in April 2009 to a full School of Computer Science and Information Technology (SCSIT) offering two Bachelor of Science degree programs (5 years) in either Computer Science or Information Technology. <p></p> Vision <p></p> <mark>To prepare highly qualified professionals and academicians for efficient contribution to edification of knowledge society and to achieve the country development goals through fostering and academic environment ideal for development of knowledge, research, innovation, and life-long, facilitate in transforming South Sudan into knowledge base economy, and prepare to tackle complex problems facing the nation, region and the world.</mark> <p></p> Objectives <p></p> <br> - To meet the demand of the labor market for Computer and IT trained professionals. <br> - To provide students with the knowledge and skills in computing and communication technologies to enable them to succeed in their future life no matter which field of work they choose. <br> - To eradicate ICT illiteracy to keep the digital divided to a minimum to that South Sudan is not deprived from becoming a full and dynamic member of the global community.