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GESS urges parents to send children to school

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The Girls’ Education South Sudan is encouraging parents to send their children back to school in the 2023-2024 academic year....

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USAID launches $43.5m youth empowerment activity

Author: | Published: Wednesday, March 29, 2023

Altbara East Primary School denies charging parents fees

Published: Wednesday, March 29, 2023

Altbara East Primary School denies charging parents fees

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CES passes girl child education bill

Central Equatoria State Legislative Assembly has today passed the Girl Child Education Bill 2014 in its final reading. The bill once...

Ministry pledges millions to improve education

The National Ministry of Education has pledged over eight million pounds for supporting education in the country. (more…)

Education a priority for development

Stake holders and educational partners have set up an effort to prioritize education in South Sudan with support from USAID and European...


Education officials from eight payams and County departments in Aweil East North, Northern Bahr el Ghazal state, are being trained to...

South Sudan seeks educational ideas from its neighbors

The Ministry of Education, Science and Technology says it has formed a committee to go to the neighboring countries to acquire more ideas...

South Sudan plans to adopt Zimbabwean free education system

The National Minister of Education says South Sudan will adopt a system of free education from Zimbabwe. (more…)

A new initiative to back girl-child education

An initiative to help girls’ education in South Sudan has been launched to help girl-child education in South Sudan. (more…)

‘Because I’m a girl’ education campaign launched in Magwi

PLAN international has launched a campaign to end vulnerability amongst girls in Magwi County, Eastern Equatoria State. (more…)

NBGS organizes a conference on its poor education sector

The government of Northern Bahr el Ghazal is planning to organize a conference to address problems affecting education in the State....

Pay teachers, improve quality of Education

The Government is being asked to pay teachers’ salaries on time. (more…)

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