Happy 15th Birthday, PESS!

To celebrate with us, please enjoy this special virtual birthday party put together by various supporters of PESS.

Birthday greeting from Salida Circus

Salida Circus wants to wish Project Education South Sudan a happy 15th birthday. We look forward to working with you for another 15 years.

Message from the Co-Founder

Carol Francis Rinehart tells the story of how Project Education South Sudan began and how it has continued to grow and evolve in support of girl education in South Sudan in celebration of its 15th birthday as an organization.

Happy 15th Birthday PESS!

What better way to celebrate while maintaining social distancing than with individually wrapped cupcakes! Featuring lots of sugary-sweet goodness, some local PESS supporters, and co-founder Isaac Khor Bher blowing out the candles.

Ayak Anguei Girls Singing in New Uniforms!

We Welcome You!

She's the First on TODAY!

She's the First co-founders Tammy Tibbetts and Christen Brandt were profiled.

One Story

The Story of Lost Boy Isaac Khor Bher

Activist returns home to rebuild

South Sudan's warring parties have signed a peace deal. The agreement is aimed at ending months of civil war, and open the door to development. One South Sudan native, who fled to the U.S. and was educated there, recently returned home to help lead those efforts.

Project Education Sudan Journey of Hope - Part 1

Project Education Sudan believes that sustained prosperity is dependent on the ability of children and adults to receive primary and secondary education and skills training.

Girls' Education in South Sudan

Daniel Majok Gai, PESS Director in South Sudan, speaks about his passion for girls' education and explains why sponsorship can change a girl's life in South Sudan.

Project Education South Sudan Girls Education

Empowering Young Women Through Education

Project Education South Sudan
               Preparing Tomorrow's South Sudanese Leaders

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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.