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http://www.womenseducationpartnership.org

Pinchar aquí para ver la versión española Power to the Powerless  sobre nuestra labor de alfabetización en Jartum

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One of our participants in her literacy circle in El Fatih 

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If you are interested in learning more about our groundbreaking work in women’s literacy in Khartoum, you can read more in this short English-Spanish online booklet. Learn about what we do and why, who we serve and what we achieve.

This booklet was produced by volunteers and at zero cost 

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Read our booklet here: Power to the Powerless  – some screenshots below:

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Read more: Power to the Powerless

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Dialogues, debates, local development challenges all form part of our literacy sessions 

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Interested in supporting our work? Visit Women’s Education Partnership

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Handicrafts work requested by one of our circles – developing  numeracy skills and making handicrafts to be sold locally 

fullsizerender-235Our literacy work scrupulously respects the cultural sensitivities of the Sudanese we serve and is designed by Sudanese experts in community literacy for women.

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