Last week, Eye Radio reporter, Joakino Francis, spoke to the Programme Director of the European Union’s IMPACT Programme, John Shotton about the Programme’s inception and design. You can listen to a clip of the radio show through the link, below. Through IMPACT, 30,000 primary school teachers in South Sudan will receive a monthly incentive of $40. Supporting […]

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30,000 primary school teachers in South Sudan, currently paid as little as $3 a month, to receive a monthly incentive of $40 under EU IMPACT programme. Supporting 30,000 teachers, striving to assist every primary school in South Sudan, and sustaining the social fabric. Stefano De Leo, Ambassador of the European Union to South Sudan today announced […]

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Today is World Teachers’ Day. This year’s theme is “Valuing Teachers, Improving their Status”. This resonates strongly with South Sudanese teachers, many of whom have seen declining respect for the teaching profession due to low incomes. However, we continue to be impressed by the resilience & determination of teachers throughout South Sudan, who remain committed to […]

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