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



One of our participants in her literacy circle in El Fatih

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

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 


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




Read more: Power to the Powerless


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

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


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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