At CRESS we believe that providing a good standard of education to the young people of South Sudan is an effective way of helping to ensure a brighter future for all. We provide education through our sponsorship program and presently support 80 children (August 2017) in all stages of education.
Emmanuel Kenyi is from one of the most disadvantaged tribes in South Sudan in the Equatoria region who have no opportunity for education and the literacy rate is extremely low. He lived with his parents in Kajo-Keji until they returned to their home town Terekeka and he was separated from them. He is currently under the care of the Head of CRESS. He is extremely clever and right from nursery to primary two his position in class is first and second.
Nancy Kiden lost her dear father in February 2013 and lived with her mother Annet Juan, a peasant. Currently, Nancy stays with Rose Yangi, who provides administrative assistance to CRESS.
She has good academic records of performance achieving first in her when in primary one, second in Primary two and fourth position in primary three.
Surely given the chance to be in good school, she has the potential to excel.