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Under tree primary schools in refugee camps

With so many children in the camps, there are not enough primary schools for everyone and class sizes can be enormous. In Palorinya camp, four ECSS churches from the Diocese of KajoKeji started their own primary schools which The Brickworks supports. These four schools cater for more than 4,000 children.

Rev Clive Beard to run London Marathon

Newly ordained Clive has volunteered to run in the London Marathon to raise money for The Brickworks. He’s aiming to raise £1000.  You could sponsor him at:

Successful cataract camp

This year, using a large donation from a private donor, we were able to fund a specialist Eye team from Juba to carry out 130 cataract operations to patients at the Martha Eye Clinic in Yei. This helped so many people and we plan to repeat this in 2023.

Winchester Hospital Health Link

Over the past ten years, staff from the County Hospital in Winchester have visited Yei, as part of the link with Yei Civil Hospital. Teams have also taught students at the KajoKeji Health Training Institute.  Another team will teach students at KKHTI this September.

Safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults

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: .  Thank you.