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Eid Mubarak 2022

Greetings this Eid Al-Adha in Sudan

Women’s Education Partnership would like to wish everyone we work with in Khartoum a blessed and joyful Eid Al-Adha this year. We would also like to thank all our friends and followers, who have continued to support us throughout this very challenging time.

We have only been able to carry on our life-changing programs in women’s education thanks to the dedication and courage of our team in Khartoum, and the great kindness of our supporters and donors.

This year, preparing to celebrate Eid Al-Adha has been especially hard for Sudanese. Read more here:

Many Sudanese face a meagre Eid al-Adha

Many Sudanese not able to buy a sheep

Sudanese poverty rates potentially even higher than reported

Above, Eid Mubarak, or Blessed Eid in Arabic calligraphy (Wikicommons).

Learn more about our women’s literacy, orphans’ schooling and university scholarship programs in:

Field Visits with Women’s Education Partnership

Celebrating a New Literacy Circle

Opening Doors

Our University Scholarships

Scenes from Our Orphans’ Schooling Programme

Below, top left, our literacy programs expert, Mrs Adila Osman, next to our country director, Neimat Issha. Below Adila, Hoyam, our university scholarships administrator and below Neimat, Saudi, responsible for finances. Beneath them, scenes from our orphans’ schooling program, showing some of the schools where we sponsor teachers, teacher training and teaching materials, together with the school buildings we have recently contributed to.

Also included, scenes from one of our new literacy circles where participants will be mentored in handicrafts as part of the income generation syllabus of their REFLECT literacy course.

Images used in this post are copyright Imogen Thurbon, wikicommons or from, used under contract. Please do not reproduce any images used here without written permission.

One comment on “Eid Mubarak 2022

  1. simon boyd says:

    Thank you for the beautiful greeting and pictures.



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