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Season’s Greetings 2021

from

Women’s Education Partnership

Title sketch, detail of a Sudanese toub, the vibrant, sari-like garment worn by women across Sudan since Mahdist times. Above, handicrafts skills training in our literacy circles.

Thank You!

For so many of us, 2021 has proved just as challenging as last year. The world is still battling to bring Covid-19 under control and millions here in Europe and in Sudan have again suffered hardship and immeasurable personal loss. Women’s Literacy Sudan want to thank you once again for giving so generously of your time to follow the work of Women’s Education Partnership.

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Your kindness and support mean everything to Neimat, our country director, above, and Adila, our literacy coordinator, pictured below, as well as our team of British volunteers based in the UK.

Knowing you have been there with them in spirit through the past turbulent and difficult months has given them the strength to carry on.

Above, Mrs Adila Osman, our literacy coordinator.

Below, a video celebration of our staff and all their dedicated work this year.

Below, a literacy circle displaying some of the teaching resources made by the participants themselves.

Below, celebrating formal graduation from our literacy programme in 2019.

Below, leadership, peer teaching, collaboration and community initiatives are central to our literacy work.

This is a literacy and orphans post for

Women’s Education Partnership

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Learn more about our life changing educational work in

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