We are delighted to hear an update from Scopas Murye, one of the CRESS sponsored students, about how life is progressing through the new COVID lockdown, he says:
I am doing so well, though indoor most time because the number of covid-19 cases have gone really up! But am okay, continuing with the online classes and working on final project for the school and beginning to work on the school research work which normally is about 50 pages! It’s taking alot of time and internet costs as I have to be online most times of the day!About Dube! He is fine, he went to Juba together with Josephine Jokudu, they have gone to register for their National Identity Card! I talked to him and he said he is fine and both he and Jokudu got work at a primary school near their home teaching the pupils! He went with his laptop, he uses it for personal use now after his final assessment! Maybe the challenge now would be accessibility to the internet! They have been locked down that side, they can’t come back anytime soon. They will have to wait until the lock down is lifted!
Evaline Poni is volunteering in one if the health centers in the camp! To keep her busy, she helps at the Department of Nutrition! She shared with me her plans to go to South Sudan to look for work as schools are not opening here any time soon!Monica was doing her internship but had to stop due to the lockdown!Bosco Mabe is back to Moyo and he enjoys working at Moyo hospital in the laboratory!