Tombura-Yambio Catholic Bishop has dialogued with school girls from Ibba Girls Boarding School in Maridi State.
This week Mark Simmons, our new FIGS CEO, writes for Community of the Cross of Nails, where he was connected through his previous role with their UK partner Cord. He is very much still an ongoing partner in the work both of the Reconciliation Team and CCN in the UK.
FIGS Chair of Trustees John Benington received the Times/Sternberg Active Life runner-up award at 11 Downing Street by Michael Sternberg QC, representing his family foundation. The award was presented, in recognition of his work on setting up Ibba Girls Boarding School.
FIGS trustee and treasurer, Gary Bandy features in this months' Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (UK) monthly online newsletter.
The Mount School in York is to help establish a new boarding school in the world’s newest country, South Sudan...
Families in South Sudan ask a lot of their daughters. Girls as young as 6 or 7 fully participate in running of the household along with their mothers, doing everyday chores, cooking, cleaning and fetching water...
As the newest country in the world, and emerging from over a quarter-century of civil war, it is fair to say that South Sudan is a country facing many challenges – not least in educating its children. This week, it was heartening to hear how, through determination, co-operation and ambitious vision, one region is meeting those challenges head on.
A UK-backed project in Western Equatoria state seeks to ensure domestic and social factors don't deny girls an education