Month: May 2014

Trip Details

The Village The specific community, Alian, where the LEP intends to construct a school was abandoned, citizens were forced to relocate to a safer area, away from the war and turmoil caused by conflicting political parties. As they fled, they

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New Student: Introducing Myself (Akim)

My name is Akim Michael Maguet, hails from Alian or Akuai-Deng, Boma which is located at Jalle Payam in Jonglei state of South Sudan. I am a first born from my parents, followed by my sister called Akol Maguet who

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May 2014: Who is Behind Closed Doors Poem (Anyar)

The “Nyumba Kumi” initiative Was established for lives, But, who is terminating lives? In the tragedy of no witnesses or survivors. For this reason, watch out for the killers,   The “Nyumba Kumi” initiative Was the remedy to the tragedy?

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Relief Trip 2014

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New Student: Introducing Myself (Guor)

My name is Guor Peter Matiop. I am a South Sudanese by nationality who was forced to refugee life in the year 2003 as a result of the Sudanese longest civil war in Africa that was ended through a peaceful

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New Student: Introducing Myself (Aguet)

My name is Daniel Aguet Nhial Aguet. I am South Sudanese by nationality from Jonglei State, Bor County, Jalle Payam, Alian Community. I was born in 1994 in Akuai-Deng (Alian).I’m one of the recipient students of the Liliir Education Project.

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May 2014: Our Poor Nation Poem (Kou)

OUR POOR NATION dwendling on a floor of a continent with horrible sound deeply inside a nation with terrible background where poverty erodes the ground people lives in shacks to nook from loot malices drain people’s blood from their head

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New Student: Introducing Myself (Reec)

I am Reec Biar Gabriel, a South Sudanese national. I was born on 6th June 1982, a year before the protracted and gruelling war began in the then United Sudan. It is a life that was started on a dangerous

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War is Leading to Food Shortages

War is leading to food shortages. Terrible and so sad. Advocate for assistance through USAID, the UN Food Program, World Vision and others. “Children wait outside our nutrition centers to collect used wrappers from the nutrition supplement we distribute, so

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Jok Inspires As Keynote Speaker for PJPII High School

Thanks to Pope John Paul High School for having Jok as their Keynote speaker for their Gala last night! What a wonderful school full of vibrant, loving students.

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