This week we smashed through our target of reaching 200,000 individual girls with cash transfers, delivering on the UK Government’s commitment to ‘leave no one behind’, and to support gender equality in the education system. Since 2014, Girls’ Education South Sudan has paid more than half a million cash transfers to over 215,000 individual girls […]

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This is Suzan – a Senior 3 student from Bishop Abangite College of Science and Technology in Yambio, Gbudwe State. Earlier this year, Suzan travelled to Juba to take part in a one-week workshop, along with nine other girls from around the country – all of whom have benefitted from the GESS programme. The girls […]

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The International Day of the Girl Child, celebrated on the 11th October every year, is a globally-recognized celebration of the world’s 1.1 billion girls who are a powerful source of strength and creativity. A pioneering trio of films, produced by the UK aid-funded Girls’ Education South Sudan (GESS) programme, and Medical Aid Films, will be […]

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A record >215,000 girls across the whole of South Sudan will receive a Cash Transfer from Girls’ Education South Sudan (GESS), a collaboration of the Ministry of General Education and Instruction (MoGEI) and UK aid, with the transfers all due to be paid out by mid-November. The Honorable Undersecretary Ministry of General Education and Instruction, […]

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Today is World Humanitarian Day and a powerful campaign has been started to mark the day, urging people to come together to show solidarity for the millions of people caught in armed conflict. #NotATarget – the campaign highlights how, during conflicts, civilians; children; schools; aid workers; women; and other vulnerable groups are trapped in wars […]

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Yesterday we celebrated National Girls’ Education Day with our annual Careers Fair for secondary school girls in Juba. The celebration was held at Juba Day Secondary School, where over 400 girls participated, including girls from the the host, Juba Day, and 5 neighbouring schools.  What options are available to girls when they leave Senior 4? […]

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