Links Related to South Sudan
Project Education South Sudan interview with KGNU radio
|Download the interview MP3 file here.|
“Day In, Day Out” on the Darfur Radio Project. Carol Rinehart, Executive Director of Project Education South Sudan, interview as part of a larger Radio Darfur story on the challenges and successes of women’s education projects in rural Sudan. “Day In, Day Out,” Sunday, October 5, 2008.
The Project Education South Sudan Journey of Hope is on site in South Sudan from December 25 through January 16. Read Bruce Finley’s account here, which includes a video interview with Lost Boy Lual Awok.
A thoughtful story about PESS in YourHub.com about Project Education South Sudan in YourHub.com.
Lara Logan of CBS News reports on the hope and the challenges of refugees returning to South Sudan in this online video report.
Follow the BBC coverage of current events in Sudan.
Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver. Humanitarian Assistance Graduate Certificate Program, Dr. Neena Jain in partnership with PESS providing interns and healthcare assessment program.
The Women’s College of the University of Denver. The Women’s College is a proud partner with Project Education and is a sister school to the Anyak Anguei school in Konbek.
Catholic Relief Services, Sudan.
Save the Children International, Sudan.
Global Leadership Network. Mary Shippy, Executive Director of Global Leadership Network, an organization whose aim is to provide coaching, consulting and facilitation to Global leaders. The organizations’ goal is to create sustainable and regenerative leaders for now and for the future. Mary has traveled and worked in South Sudan in 2007 and 2009.
Episcopal Relief and Development. Working in partnership with the worldwide Church, ecumenical agencies and local organizations, Episcopal Relief & Development saves lives and strengthens communities around the world.
Save Darfur. Around the country and across the globe, the Save Darfur Coalition is inspiring action, raising awareness and speaking truth to power on behalf of the people of Darfur.
John Bul Dau Foundation: God Grew Tired of Us. Autobiography and film about the journey of several Lost Boys of Sudan.
International Development Enterprise. A development organization dedicated to ending poverty in the developing world not through handouts, but by helping poor farmers invest in their own success.
TWC. The Women’s College and Project Education South Sudan – Page 20-21.
TWC article. Women’s College students reach across the world to help Sudanese girls.
Colorado Episcopalian article - Page 8-9.