With so many children in the camps, there are not enough primary schools for everyone and class sizes can be enormous. In Morobi camp, four ECSS churches from the Diocese of KajoKeji started their own primary schools which The Brickworks supports by building temporary classrooms, paying teachers and providing basic equipment and books. See this short film about Miriam. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ewLtZlVaqSg
The Brickworks was very happy to support a Mothers’ Union training programme for women in the Morobi refugee camp. In the programme, several hundred women and girls are taught how to make their own dignity kits. This has proved a great success. This link shows one of the training programmes that two of the Trustees visited in March 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CjNBchy91_E
We are delighted to celebrate the graduation of our first sponsored medical student, Kana Dan James, who used to be a nurse at the Martha Clinic in Yei. Congratulations Dr Kana Dan! We wish you every success in your future medical career.
Over the past six years, about 25 staff from the Royal Hampshire County Hospital in Winchester have made visits to Yei, as part of the link with Yei Civil Hospital. The teams work alongside local staff, training, encouraging, learning suggesting things and even fixing broken hospital equipment. The next team to visit will be in October 2019 and will involve working at the KajoKeji Health Training Institute in Arua, Uganda as the college had to move temporarily from South Sudan due to the conflict. The photo shows one of the teams at the end of their visit.
The Brickworks treats very seriously any abuse of children, young people or vulnerable adults. It has adopted a zero tolerance policy. If you know of or suspect any inappropriate behaviour by an adult in one of our projects, please report this to our independent safeguarding adviser by email to: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org . Thank you.