Posts tagged with south-sudan

How does education make an impact in conflict situations?

Posted Tuesday June 06, 2017 by Adrienne Gregory

Lynn Davies, Emeritus Professor of International Education at the University of Birmingham,...

Lynn Davies, Emeritus Professor of International Education at the University of Birmingham, Co-Director of the social enterprise ConnectFutures and Board Member of Africa Educational Trust, share’s her insight on developing...

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How does education make an impact in conflict situations?

Update on South Sudan Conflict and Famine from Jackson Okello

Posted Tuesday May 30, 2017 by Adrienne Gregory

Conflict continues to plague South Sudan. The situation has only gotten worse...

Conflict continues to plague South Sudan. The situation has only gotten worse as the instability and drought have brought the food crisis to critical levels. We spoke with our Country...

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Update on South Sudan Conflict and Famine from Jackson Okello

Looking back at Radio Education in Somalia

Posted Monday May 22, 2017 by Adrienne Gregory

SOMDEL was an innovative programme developed by AET which improved literacy and...

SOMDEL was an innovative programme developed by AET which improved literacy and numeracy for thousands of Somaliland residents between 2003 and 2010. Hassan, our regional manager, fondly remembers the weekly...

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Looking back at Radio Education in Somalia

Accelerated Secondary School for Women Opening in Yambio

Posted Wednesday March 08, 2017 by Adrienne Gregory

AET is pleased to announce that it will be expanding its Accelerated...

AET is pleased to announce that it will be expanding its Accelerated Secondary Education for Women (ASEW) project to Yambio Town, Western Equatoria, South Sudan. ASEW was initially piloted in...

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Accelerated Secondary School for Women Opening in Yambio

New Project improving teaching in South Sudan

Posted Tuesday February 07, 2017 by Adrienne Gregory

We are excited to announce we are starting a new project in...

We are excited to announce we are starting a new project in South Sudan aimed at improving the quality of primary education in 25 schools. The project plans to use...

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New Project improving teaching in South Sudan

Walk a mile in their flip flops

Posted Tuesday November 17, 2015 by Adrienne Gregory

Would a free pair of flip flops encourage you to go to...

Would a free pair of flip flops encourage you to go to school? No? Then imagine you’re in South Sudan where you face an hour’s walk to school over rough...

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Walk a mile in their flip flops

Speak Up! – Radio Literacy

Posted Wednesday July 01, 2015 by Adrienne Gregory

We are very happy to receive word that Comic Relief will be...

We are very happy to receive word that Comic Relief will be helping us re-start our radio literacy programme ‘Speak Up!’ in South Sudan targeting young people, girls, people with...

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Speak Up! – Radio Literacy

Students for Peace

Posted Friday May 15, 2015 by Adrienne Gregory

Meet some of the members of one of our peace clubs near...

Meet some of the members of one of our peace clubs near Juba in South Sudan and hear what they have to say about creating peace. Here is Samuel, Annie,...

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Students for Peace

Helping Schools Continue in Conflict

Posted Sunday March 01, 2015 by Adrienne Gregory

“A true testament to the incredible work and spirit of AET”- An...

“A true testament to the incredible work and spirit of AET”- An amazing success story amid conflict in South Sudan When working in a country in conflict, it is essential...

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Helping Schools Continue in Conflict

Why it is hard to be a female teacher in South Sudan?

Posted Thursday January 15, 2015 by Adrienne Gregory

It might be hard to imagine teaching being a profession that women...

It might be hard to imagine teaching being a profession that women struggle to join, but if you lived in South Sudan it would be. Yolanda, a female teacher trainee,...

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Why it is hard to be a female teacher in South Sudan?