We're Turning 15!

We've watched as South Sudan has become the world's newest nation.  It's young women are hungry for education and eager to take on leadership roles.

Our Story

South Sudan is a fast-changing environment and since 2005, when PESS was formed, we have been adaptable in finding ways to best fulfill our educational mission. 

Co-Founder's Message

PESS co-founder Carol Francis Rinehart sends her greetings on our 15th birthday and talks about the origins of Project Education South Sudan.

COVID-19 in South Sudan

 Like all other nations, South Sudan is facing a potential crisis. This article provides a timely update on the severity of the situation.

 
Get involved!

Find out how you can participate with Project Education South Sudan and make a difference today!
 

In Gratitude

Our success would not have been possible without the support and collaboration of our partners.

Thank you for taking this journey with us!

Outcomes

In our fifteen year history, we have educated hundreds of South Sudanese youth.

Many have gone on to make significant contributions as leaders in their communities and in their new nation.

PESS Events

Our events have kept us in touch with our community of supporters and enabled us to educate about our programs in South Sudan.

Project Education South Sudan

Preparing Tomorrow's South Sudanese Leaders

Welcome to our new website!

 

We’re excited to bring a new look to Project Education South Sudan.  With this new website release we are introducing our new logo and many new ways to build and support our amazing community.

Our work began in 2005, in the southern part of what was then known as Sudan.  Since then, the region has become a new independent country with its own flag, its own identity and its own dreams.  These have proven to be difficult dreams to fulfill, but the resilience of the South Sudanese people cannot be overcome!

Although the past fifteen years have passed quickly, the road we have traveled has been long and often fraught with dangers.  In a nation torn by tribal conflict, education is a fragile thing to hold onto and to nurture.

In a troubled world, girls’ education has emerged as a critical need in building foundations and fortifying the important structures that an emerging nation requires.
 

Clearly, we’re not there yet, but we have accomplished so much!


We are happy to have you along on the journey.
 

Thanks for visiting!

 

In gratitude,

The Board of Directors

Project Education South Sudan



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Project Education South Sudan
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PESS funds local programs that provide comprehensive secondary education to prepare young women in South Sudan to thrive in a global society.