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Videotelling n. 2 Distance Learning due to the pandemic

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All the schools in South Sudan have been closed to stop the Covid-19 transmission, including the Solidarity Teacher Training Centre (STTC) in Yambio and the Catholic Health Training Institute (CHTI) in Wau. Our students would like to go back to school, because they appreciate to live in community and share all the day with other students and teachers. For them, ...

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South Sudan Independence Day – July 9th

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South Sudan is living, as all the other countries, in a climate of uncertainty due to Covid-19 emergency. But, the difficulties for South Sudanese people are higher because the pandeminc is only another problem added to the years of clashes and conflicts the people is suffering. In according with national provisions, our projects are currently closed to protect students and ...

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Videotelling: our students and their lessons during the pandemic

videotelling

All the schools in South Sudan have been closed to stop the Covid-19 transmission, including the Solidarity Teacher Training Centre(STTC) in Yambio and the Catholic Health Training Institute (CHTI) in Wau. Our students would like to go back to school, because they appreciate to live in community and share all the day with other students and teachers. For them, it ...

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Supporting South Sudan during the Covid-19 emergency

Riimenze covid 3

There has been an informal camp of displaced people camped around Riimenze parish since the time of the violence in Western Equatoria in 2016. At its height, over 7,000 people were crammed in a small area, seeking protection and support from the Church. Over the years Solidarity, along with the Diocese of Tombura/Yambio, have tried to assist these people to the ...

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Letter of Appeal from the Solidarity Board

Letter of Appeal from the Solidarity Board

                    Dear all, We hope that you are all healthy. In this uncertain period, the advent of Covid-19 pandemic is causing a domino effect on the economy, and, we need once more your financial support. Currently, our projects in South Sudan are closed for safety, but, we are searching other ways ...

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STORYTELLING: Dominica’s story (Pastoral Project)

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We continue to publish the interviews to our students, to show the impact of Solidarity with South Sudan “on the ground”. This time, we want to tell you Dominica’s story. “The aim of pastoral work includes bringing people to understand their faith; helping people understand their role as Christians apart from going to church on Sundays and teaching Christian values ...

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International Day of Nurses

nurses parade 2017

On May 12th, all the world celebrates the International Day of Nurses, and, this year, we want to share with you a video from the 2017 parade in South Sudan.   This video is to sincerely thank all the nurses around the world, in the first line to fight against the Covid19, and we want to thank our CHTI students ...

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Fortuitous meeting in South Sudan

Gabe with CHTI Graduate Beatrice April (1)

As you may know, South Sudan is also living its lockdown, with regulations and curfew to reduce the infections risks, as it is happening all around the world. Some days ago, we received a letter from Gabe Hurrish, a Maryknoll Lay Missionary appointed as Solidarity Project Officer, who is currently locked down in Kuron Peace Village in the far east ...

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New LOGO for better Communications

NEW LOGO SSS 2020

For some time now, Solidarity has been reflecting on how to improve our communications with those who support us. Our ‘supporters’ come in different shapes and forms. There are over 200 religious congregations who continue to be interested in and sustain our activities and our personnel. They come from all over the world, each with their own history, spirituality and ...

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