Monday 29 April 2024

Save the Children education partners to roll out social-emotional learning in schools.

Save the Children trained 25 participants from 12 education partner organizations on social-emotional learning to improve the quality of learning in South Sudan.

Monday 29 April 2024

South Sudan: ECW funded Multi Year Resilience Program unlocks US$2 Million Education in Emergency Funds..

Students attending classes at one of the schools in Renk. Photo: Save the Children

Tuesday 21 November 2023

Education Stakeholders Call for Mandatory Disability Inclusion Training for Teachers.

A five-day Education Cannot Wait (ECW) training that ended on Friday 17th November in Juba aimed to empower partners to be agents of disability inclusion in schools.

Participants in a group photo after the training in Juba. Photo: Estella John/Save the Children

Thursday 16 November 2023

Schools Supported by ECW to Receive Children’s Mental Wellbeing Training

In a training organized by Save the children, school children to get art for healing, art for learning and art for fun as part of the Education Cannot Wait’s Multi-Year Resilience Programs in South Sudan.


Participants during the HEART training in Juba. Photo: Estella John/Save the Children

Monday 13 November 2023

From School Gardens to Trenches: How Save the Children Anticipatory Action Project Responds to Flash Floods in Maban.

Maban, South Sudan – In South Sudan, floods are a chronic and acute problem during rainy season. Historically, flooding in Maban happens every year at different intensities, often submerging villages and destroying shelters, WASH facilities, education activities, roads, and airstrips. The floods in Maban are caused mainly by heavy rains from the neighboring Ethiopian highlands. On average, two days after it rains in Ethiopian highlands, the floods into Maban.