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1 Reviving Rebuilding Sudan! Education, Reviving Reviving Rebuilding Sudan! Education, Education,

2 Presentations outline 1.Who are we at VIS 2.Our local partner: the Don Bosco Society of Sudan 3.Education: our key strategy 4.Sudan Programme 5.Conclusion 1.Who are we at VIS 2.Our local partner: the Don Bosco Society of Sudan 3.Education: our key strategy 4.Sudan Programme 5.Conclusion

3 International Volunteer Service for Development Carrying out interventions in the developing South since 1986 Working with local partners in developing countries to promote human development projects for underprivileged people, especially the young Carrying out interventions in the developing South since 1986 Working with local partners in developing countries to promote human development projects for underprivileged people, especially the young VIS

4 Vocational training, social development and work opportunities for neglected young people Education and support of young people at risk Rescue and rehabilitation of street-children and child-soldiers Encouraging local self-entrepreneurial activities Vocational training, social development and work opportunities for neglected young people Education and support of young people at risk Rescue and rehabilitation of street-children and child-soldiers Encouraging local self-entrepreneurial activities We are committed to implement projects featuring an integrated development approach to:

5 The Don Bosco Network (DBN) The DBN members: Germany Belgium Italy Austria Spain Association of 7 European NGOs working for the human and social development of poor, marginalized children and adolescents of the world

6 Part of a worldwide network of educational institutions present in 128 countries In Sudan for the past 25 years Specialized in education for the youth, with focused attention to the poorest and marginalized Part of a worldwide network of educational institutions present in 128 countries In Sudan for the past 25 years Specialized in education for the youth, with focused attention to the poorest and marginalized The Don Bosco Society in Sudan

7 Wau Tonj Juba Geographical Focus Geographical Focus El Obeyd Nyala Al Fasher Khartoum SOUTH SUDAN ZONE DARFUR ZONE KHARTOUM ZONE

8 1. Saint Josephs VTC KHARTOUM 650 students: mostly from the refugee camps around the capital & from a juvenile prison in the area 60 staff 8 different trades (masonry, auto-mechanics, carpentry, general mechanics, electricity, printing, welding, plumbing) The VTC was established in the 1940s and was taken over by the Don Bosco Society in Saint Josephs VTC KHARTOUM 650 students: mostly from the refugee camps around the capital & from a juvenile prison in the area 60 staff 8 different trades (masonry, auto-mechanics, carpentry, general mechanics, electricity, printing, welding, plumbing) The VTC was established in the 1940s and was taken over by the Don Bosco Society in 1985

9 Carpentry Auto-Mechanics Electronics Printing Press

10 2. Saint Joseph Social Works KALAKALA GUBBA Main site & 9 outstations located in a radius of 40 km 5 primary schools with a total of 2000 students Various social and development activities reaching yearly to people (youth programs, trauma counseling, medical labs and dispensaries, women promotion programs) 2. Saint Joseph Social Works KALAKALA GUBBA Main site & 9 outstations located in a radius of 40 km 5 primary schools with a total of 2000 students Various social and development activities reaching yearly to people (youth programs, trauma counseling, medical labs and dispensaries, women promotion programs)

11 Primary education Health Services Women promotion Adult learning

12 3. Don Bosco VTC EL OBEYD 500 local students (3-year course) 400 youth IDP from Darfur (room & board provided) – 10 months intensive training 50 students from the Nuba Mountains 40 staff 7 different trades (auto-mechanics, general mechanics, carpentry, welding, masonry, electricity, plumbing) 3. Don Bosco VTC EL OBEYD 500 local students (3-year course) 400 youth IDP from Darfur (room & board provided) – 10 months intensive training 50 students from the Nuba Mountains 40 staff 7 different trades (auto-mechanics, general mechanics, carpentry, welding, masonry, electricity, plumbing)

13 State-of-art workshops Band Squeezed, but happy! Darfur program

14 Technical Centre 90 students 12 staff 3 different trades: general mechanics, carpentry, plumbing, (printing dpt. upcoming) Dispensary and medical laboratory; women promotion programs Agricultural project (under study) Technical Centre 90 students 12 staff 3 different trades: general mechanics, carpentry, plumbing, (printing dpt. upcoming) Dispensary and medical laboratory; women promotion programs Agricultural project (under study) 4. Don Bosco VTC & Social Works WAU

15 Primary education Nutrition Program Prevention Community involvment

16 5. Don Bosco Educational Centre TONJ Primary School: grades 1-8; 1200 students, 80 staff Hospital and dispensary 10 rural schools have been started recently (each having 3 classrooms, water well, kitchen, two units for two teachers, bathrooms, agricultural project) Livelihood training for women through self-help groups 5. Don Bosco Educational Centre TONJ Primary School: grades 1-8; 1200 students, 80 staff Hospital and dispensary 10 rural schools have been started recently (each having 3 classrooms, water well, kitchen, two units for two teachers, bathrooms, agricultural project) Livelihood training for women through self-help groups

17 Rural schools Mine-awereness class Primary school Brass band

18 6. Don Bosco VTC JUBA A plan for the construction of the following works is under study: 1. Don Bosco Institute for Entrepreneurial Development 2. Development works 6. Don Bosco VTC JUBA A plan for the construction of the following works is under study: 1. Don Bosco Institute for Entrepreneurial Development 2. Development works

19 Our key strategy: Education in all its forms! 1.Basic literacy programs 2.Primary and secondary education 3.Formal and informal vocational and technical education 4.Adult learning 1.Basic literacy programs 2.Primary and secondary education 3.Formal and informal vocational and technical education 4.Adult learning

20 Why Education? 1.It is the right of every child to receive an education 2.It is a precondition for a vibrant economy and sustainable process of development 3.It is a powerful means of supporting the peace process 1.It is the right of every child to receive an education 2.It is a precondition for a vibrant economy and sustainable process of development 3.It is a powerful means of supporting the peace process

21 1.Literacy Skills: Basic learning in numeracy and reading & writing 2.Livelihood Skills: Basic training in one of the following trades: masonry and construction; plumbing; electricity; carpentry; commercial agriculture 3.Life Skills: A holistic training in the following areas: conflict management; peace education; self-esteem building; interpersonal relations; responsible citizenship; entrepreneurship 1.Literacy Skills: Basic learning in numeracy and reading & writing 2.Livelihood Skills: Basic training in one of the following trades: masonry and construction; plumbing; electricity; carpentry; commercial agriculture 3.Life Skills: A holistic training in the following areas: conflict management; peace education; self-esteem building; interpersonal relations; responsible citizenship; entrepreneurship Education implies:

22 To partner the process of building a new society in Sudan, where every person can live in peace and dignity OVERALL OBJECTIVE DBN Response Strategy_1 PARTNERDIGNITYPEACE Networking with other agencies Supporting the peace process Poverty reduction

23 PRINCIPAL STRATEGY DBN Response Strategy_2 Literacy skills Life Skills Livelihood Skills policy, teacher training, educational centres resource based, entrepreneurship, market linkages trauma, peace building, responsible citizenship EDUCATION

24 1.Children, as well as young adults and adults enabled to access education 2.Youngsters empowered to pursue sustainable livelihoods 3.IDPs accompanied towards a gainful resettlement 1.Children, as well as young adults and adults enabled to access education 2.Youngsters empowered to pursue sustainable livelihoods 3.IDPs accompanied towards a gainful resettlement Focusing on Sudans South NOT EXCLUSIVELY IN GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS!

25 Improve access to schooling, especially for IDPs, in the town of Wau 1 Enable the start-up of small enterprises in the Wau County by providing employment oriented vocational training to youngsters 2 Promote agro-based livelihoods in the Wau County through agricultural training and services 3 Specific Interventions SOUTH SUDAN ZONE WAU

26 Improve access to schooling in the Tonj County 4 Promote agro based livelihoods in the Tonj County through agricultural training and services. 5 Improve the status of women in the Tonj County through life skills and livelihoods training 6 Create a human resource base of entrepreneurial potential that will contribute to the economic development of South Sudan Create a human resource base of entrepreneurial potential that will contribute to the economic development of South Sudan 7 Specific Interventions SOUTH SUDAN ZONE TONJ JUBA

27 Improve access to basic health care and educational services for the IDPs living in the squatter areas in the Kalakala locality of Khartoum. 1 Offer high quality job oriented professional training to IDPs in Khartoum by improving the standard at the St. Joseph VTC 2 Facilitate the process of repatriation and resettlement of trained youth (IDPs) from Khartoum to South Sudan. 3 Specific Interventions KHARTOUM ZONE

28 Provide employment oriented vocational training for 500 youngsters annually from Darfur 1 Specific Interventions DARFUR ZONE EL OBEYD NYALA AL FASHER

29 What we plan to do in Juba … Don Bosco Institute for Youth Entrepreneurship Development TECHNICAL SKILLS MARKETING SKILLS S/M ENTERPRISE MANAG. SKILLS S/M ENTERPRISE MANAG. SKILLS 1.Welding 2.Carpentry 3.Gen. Mechanics 4.Motor-mechanics 5.Masonry (plumbing) 6.Electricity 1.Start-up enterprise 2.Cooperative 3.Micro-credito 4.Self-employment 1.Commercial Agriculture 2.Irrigation Technology 3.Agro-based small enterprises 4.Food processing AGRICULTURALINDUSTRIAL

30 Don Bosco Institute for Entrepreneurship Development REPATRIATION OF IDPs REABILITATION OF EX SOLDIERS parallel programmes

31 1.Primary & Higher Education 2.Employment-oriented Training 3.Women Empowerment 4.Civil Society Empowerment 1.Primary & Higher Education 2.Employment-oriented Training 3.Women Empowerment 4.Civil Society Empowerment Areas of Collaboration and Partnership Poverty Reduction through:

32 VIS SUDAN COUNTRY OFFICE Mr. Andrea Naletto Country Representative House 28 – Block 9KE, Street 35, Amarat Mobile: +249 (0) Tel/Fax: +249 (0) >> CONTACTS:

33 Thank You! Content: Andrea Naletto & Savio Silveira Graphics & Layout: Andrea Naletto Content: Andrea Naletto & Savio Silveira Graphics & Layout: Andrea Naletto CREDITS:


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