At the invitation of returnee communities, JRS began education projects in and around the towns of Nimule, Lobone, Kajo Keji, and Yei. The trust created through many years of previous interaction has allowed JRS to foster community involvement in the schools, including school management committees, parent teacher associations, and cultural activities. (Christian Fuchs - Jesuit Refugee Service/USA) (image by Christian Fuchs)
At the invitation of returnee communities, JRS began education projects in and around the towns of Nimule, Lobone, Kajo Keji, and Yei. The trust created through many years of previous interaction has allowed JRS to foster community involvement in the schools, including school management committees, parent teacher associations, and cultural activities. (Christian Fuchs - Jesuit Refugee Service/USA)
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