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Background of Darfur  Conflict has been on-going in Darfur. This has led to mass movements of people, destruction of community buildings, and harm.

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3 Background of Darfur  Conflict has been on-going in Darfur. This has led to mass movements of people, destruction of community buildings, and harm to natural resources  In South Darfur, almost half of all children who should be in school, aren’t  This is because of destructed schools, or no schools close to where kids live, or even because of lack of teachers

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5  Increase access to quality education for school-going age children (boys & girls) in the Umzeifa and Sukar Shataet areas of Nyala in South Darfur state by 2013  Construct 3 basic schools-1 Boys School & 1 Girls school in Umziefa and 1 Boys school in Alresheed (Nyala)  Equip the 3 schools with teaching and learning material  Provide girls with uniforms, text books, furniture etc.  Train teachers, PTA members and Child Welfare Services committees (CWSC)  Provide a solar system lightening unit to Umziefa girls school

6 First Year Project Achievements  Girls School is constructed and provided with furniture  420 uniforms provided to the girls  Restroom facilities constructed  Lighting provided using a solar panel system  PTA members trained  Teachers trained  Provided drinking water facility for the students

7 What Remains to be Done?  Construction and supplying of two boys schools  Training of teachers and PTA members at boys schools  Provision of restroom facilities at boys schools  Provision of drinking water facilities at boys schools

8 Traditional classroom constructed with local material (grass & sticks make up the walls while the roof is made of grass) Umzeifa (Darfur), N. Sudan. 21/01/2012

9 WV Constructed Girls School in Umzeifa 21/01/2012 Modern school constructed by World Vision in Umzeifa village (Darfur), N. Sudan

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11 Restroom facility in Umzeifa Girls School for both the girls and teachers

12 Grade 6 girls in a traditional classroom since the WV school cannot accommodate all the girls following increased enrolment in the school. When it starts to rain the girls will automatically have to be released from school for the day and this highly compromise their learning. 21/01/2012

13 Umzeifa grade 1 girls in a modern classroom. The youngest girls of the school are accommodated in the modern structure since they may not be able to run faster to shelter or to their homes on days that it rains. 21/01/2012

14 Students of the Umzeifa girls school lined-up to thank World Vision for their modern school. The girls are being addressed by their head teacher (Mrs. Hassan Ali) 21/01/2012

15 The Umzeifa girls school head teacher, Mrs. Hassan Ali extending her gratitude to Canadians through visiting WVC staff (Anne Marie and Jackson) for supporting the construction of a modern school in their community. 21/01/2012

16 The sign board of the Umzeifa Girls School written in Arabic and English 21/01/2012

17 Umzeifa Girls School Drinking water facility constructed – Water is collected & stored in these traditional containers for the students since there is no pipe borne water system in the community. This will prevent the student traveling long distances to look for drinking water during lunch breaks as is the case in many traditional schools in Sudan and many other developing countries

18 Jackson, (3 rd from left), World Vision staff from Canada with girls of the Umzeifa Girls school, their head teacher (1 st from left and her deputy (2 nd from left) during a visit to the school on January 21 st, Jackson, “This school is a wonderful contribution to this community, the first of its kind in Umzeifa village. All the girls in the community of school going age are scrambling to enroll in the school. Unfortunately the school is not able to accommodate the already 407 students enrolled in the first year. This means the administration will continue to accommodate the rest of the girls in the traditional classrooms. Canadian students have made a huge impact on this community.”

19 21/01/2012 Umzeifa girls extending their gratitude to their counterparts in Canada for the support they have provided them in realizing this school through World Vision. “ THANK YOU”


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