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Fundraising South Sudan Easter 2018

South Sudan has the highest rate of illiteracy in the world - almost 80% of the population can’t read or write. Most children there have had no opportunity to go to school because of instability caused by the ongoing civil conflict in the country.
The situation is even more desperate for girls. They often can’t attend classes because the risk of violence makes it unsafe for them to make the journey there. They also face other obstacles to education, such as forced early marriage.
In refugee camps in Maban, in the northeastern region of South Sudan, hundreds of girls are receiving education for the first time thanks to programmes supported by Irish Jesuit Missions and our partners the Jesuit Refugee Service.
Will you help a girl finish school there?

Please donate online or send cheque or postal order to: 

Irish Jesuit Missions
20 Upper Gardiner Street
Dublin 1
Tel. + 353 (0) 1 836 6509
For further information, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 


upport an ex child-soldier to go to school in Loyola Jesuit School in Wau, South Sudan.
Wau South Sudan has lived 25 years of bitter war and the Jesuit secondary school has reopened its doors to receive over 300 students back to the classroom. Their ages range from 14 -35 and all of them have one thing in common they have seen the suffering of war, some were child soldiers and all of them are thirsting to get education, get a job and begin to build their life all over again.
The Irish Jesuit mission is supporting the rebuilding of the school after it was occupied by the army for many years.  Bullet holes mark the wall, the headmaster’s office was a torture chamber for the army, all has changed in peace time and it is wonderful to see almost 300 boys and girls sit in the rebuilt classrooms.  In the next two years over 1000 students will receive places in this school with the support of our friends.
The renovation of the classrooms is finished but many students and applicants for places cannot afford to buy a school uniform, buy pens,  copybooks or pay the minimum school fees.
€ 100 will help one student to go to school for one year. Your contribution of even € 1 will make a big difference.
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