Storytelling – Mekelina’s story from Riimenze


          The importance of Solidarity mission in #SouthSudan is clear when we ask to our students, catechists or workers the impact on their life. Clicking HERE, you can read Mekelina’s story and the impact of Solidarity Agricultural Project in Riimenze on her family life. Stay tuned for other storytelling from South Sudan

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About Solidarity with South Sudan

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We are happy to share with you an interview with ACI Africa correspondent in South Sudan, released by our Executive Director, F. Jim Greene, and by our Project Officer, Mr Gabe Hurrish about the Solidarity Teacher Training College in Yambio. To read it click on

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Training Trauma Healing Trainers


by Cathy Arata Trauma healing is not something new for Solidarity with South Sudan. Since January 2010, we have conducted more than thirty workshops using the Capacitar method (funded by Mensen met een missie). More than one thousand children, women and men have participated in these workshops. This year we took a big step forward and participated with RSASS in ...

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U.S. priest lives with ‘suffering Christ’ at U.N. base in South Sudan

By Paul Jeffrey Catholic News Service MALAKAL, South Sudan (CNS) — Behind the blue-helmeted U.N. soldiers ringing the periphery, their tanks and heavy weapons pointed outward, Maryknoll Father Mike Bassano’s parish is a tightly packed maze of tents and tarpaulins filled with people hiding from war. Father Bassano is the only priest amid the 25,000 civilians who live inside the ...

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Going to teach

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Our level two students  go out for 8 weeks to do observations and interviews in the schools. Year two has a big section on child development so we decided to send them to nursery schools to see children who are in earlier stages of development. It is going to be a big project for them which has five parts. I ...

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Yambio: Educating Teachers in South Sudan

It is a good problem to have. We need more dormitories and more staff accommodation in Yambio where there are now four, full-time classes of pre-service teacher training in action. There are two semesters per year and the programme extends over two years – thus, for four semesters. At the beginning of each semester there is a new intake. Initially, ...

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