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Women’s Education Partnership (WEP) Power to the Powerless Big Give Christmas Appeal

30th November-7th December 2021

This year, Women’s Education Partnership , along with 900 other charities, took part in The Big Give Christmas Challenge.

More details in The Big Give

Above, one of our literacy circles displaying the learning materials they have generated.

We are over the moon to announce that, thanks to the incredible kindness and generosity of friends and supporters in exceptionally hard times, we have received over 20,000 pounds sterling in donations and pledges.

Thank you so much!

Every donation of money to our programmes or time kindly given to follow our work is a blessing we never take for granted.

Thanks to your generosity and vital moral support, our Orphans’ Schooling, Women’s Literacy and University Scholarship programmes can continue and they have never been more important. You are changing the lives of Sudanese women and girls who have missed out on education and giving them and their families the chance to have better futures.

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Scenes from Our Orphans’ Schooling Programme

Opening Doors

Our University Scholarships

Help us to keep our vital work going in these exceptionally challenging times.

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