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Season’s Greetings 

from Women’s Education Partnership

Thanking You for Your Kind Support This Year and Wishing You a Joyful 2020


Above, outside our literacy circle centre in Jebel Aulia.  Severe flooding earlier this summer nearly destroyed our literacy building. The roof is being propped up with branches until repair work can begin.  Our literacy participants built the centre themselves two year ago.  Jebel Aulia is one of the poorest communities in Khartoum and many lives here were gravely affected by the flooding. 

Below, a literacy class in action.


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Our development through literacy program provides practical, needs-based literacy skills to women and girls from some of the most deprived communities of Sudan as they strive to rebuild their lives in Khartoum.


Read more about our scale and reach in At a Glance

Read more about our work in Making a DifferenceWeaving Brighter Futures, Literacy Changes Lives and Scenes from the Circles

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Above, one of our participants at Al Fatih literacy circle. Our literacy program includes focus on health, nutrition and child care issues. 

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6 comments on “Season’s Greetings 2019

  1. Thanks, a superb Blog (and a  donate link!). Is there any way to post this to Facebook, or share it?

    Best wishes,



    1. Thank you so much for this, Simon, and for the donate suggestion in our meeting. Norman very kindly sent me the direct donate link. If you copy the blogpost link
      and paste to FB, it comes up with title photo. I’ll send you link just now too. If you’re looking at it on a tablet, the option to copy link comes as bottom, together with share. I will make sure the latest blogposts are also shared on the WEP’s FB page too.


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