Windle News on Sudan

Girls studying in Kakuma Refugee Camp, Kenya - Windle Trust International

As thousands of people flee outbreaks of violence in the Tigray region of Ethiopia and seek refuge in Sudan, the focus from international aid agencies will rightly be on ensuring the very basic of needs are met – shelter, food, water. But we must not forget the importance of keeping children and young people in education, says Windle International CEO Dr Marangu Njogu. If we are going to find a long-term, peaceful solution to conflict in the region, education is the key.

Windle Trust International - A student arrives riding a bicycle to attend the morning session at the ECSS Timbiro Secondary School in Yambio, Western Equatoria, South Sudan

In a constantly changing situation, Windle Trust International is adapting operations to meet the challenge of continuing to provide essential services to ensure that those affected by conflict and marginalisation can continue to access quality education whilst also maintaining the health and wellbeing of all staff and beneficiaries as of paramount importance. ​

 

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