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New Year’s Greetings 2023

From Women’s Education Partnership

A Very Happy New Year!

Thank You for all your kind support in 2022.

Above, a scene from our literacy circles; our participants role playing solutions to educational challenges they face daily.

New Year’s Greetings 2023

This year has sadly proved to be yet another very challenging one. We are so grateful, given the problems faced by so many in 2022, that you have continued to support our work. This has meant that we were able to sponsor more bright young women to study at university, carry on delivering women’s literacy in some of the poorest communities in Khartoum and contribute to the repairs of flood-damages schools.

Learn more in our Chair’s Christmas Message below:

Season’s Greetings 2022

Below, more scenes from our literacy circles and their communities.

Top left, attendees of our literacy circle in Dar As-Salaam enjoying literacy and numeracy games designed to enhance their learning experience; top right, youngsters looking in on our Jebel Awlia literacy session as attendees celebrate their graduation. Our literacy graduates will have a profound positive impact on their children’s educational potential. Botton left, handicraft skills enable women and their families to survive economically in difficult times; bottom right, one of our highly skilled and dedicated literacy workers – a leader and role model to her participants.

We very much look forward to reaching more disadvantaged women, girls and children in 2023.

Read more about our projects here:

The Sudanese treasure education and make great sacrifices to ensure their children can attend school. The lively youngsters below are Sudan’s future and we want to help them access the education they need.

Learn more about our women’s literacy, orphans schooling and university scholarship projects programmes below:

Opening Doors – Our Women’s Literacy Programme

Our University Scholarships giving bright young women the chance to go to university

Scenes from Our Orphans’ Schooling Programme and From Hardship to Hope Our Orphans Schooling Programme

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