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This week’s post is the first of three blogposts dedicated to the life-changing work of Women’s Education Partnership. Today we outline our University Scholarship Programme, which has enabled 375 young women from disadvantaged backgrounds to graduate from university and go on to serve their communities.

Women’s Education Partnership

These bright, determined and qualified young women are the future of Sudan.

“In Sudan the main problem is society’s view of women as weak…but this female is able to make a difference in society, and this is what I found in the organization and at Ahfad University for Women.” Hawa, WEP university scholar.

Read more of Hawa’s story here:

Scroll down to read more stories from our scholars.

What we do

How we do it

How we know we’re making a difference

Our record

If you would like to learn more about our work or support this life-changing programme, please go to our Big Give page below. We will be open for donations from 30th November to 7th December.

The Big Give

This is a literacy and orphans post for

Women’s Education Partnership

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See Community Literacy, Latest News and At a Glance for more about our work.

More of our scholars’ stories below:

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