Today Teacher Training has started thanks to the Salisbury Diocesan Sudans Education Committee approving a grant for this training.
The training is for five days from 16th December to 20th December – it is taking place in the extension room at the CRESS funded Arua Office. Here six teachers – three from Gobor Bush School and three from Ajio Bush school are being given training by two Tutors from Ugandan Recognised Teacher training colleges.
The training will equip the six teachers to teach according to the Ugandan Curriculum and provide encouragement and hope as they work in places where no other NGOs are operating.These remote places are where South Sudanese Refugees have settled after fleeing their civil war.
For these teachers this will help them to continue despite having no salaries and only limited resources which have been kindly provided by Broadchalke School and two donors. Thanks to the generosity of these funders, several hundred children are getting an education they would not otherwise have had – Thank you!