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07/29/2010

When Action Speaks More Than Words

100729_jpf3_kajo_keji_bright_unity_ On the 29th of June 2010, I visited the Bright Unity School in Kajo Keji County, Kajo Keji town, where we conduct hygiene education. It is a co-ed school, and is the largest school in the county with over 1,000 students. The campus has both brick buildings and the traditional mud houses called Tukul.
Thanks to all of our supporters and Japan Platform, JEN is conducting hygiene education and constructing wells and toilets at schools in the Kajo Keiji and Morobo Counties. We have been working in the Kajo Keiij County since 2008, and JEN is very well-known among the locals there. When we visited the Bright Unity School, children there warmly welcomed us, knowing that we are from JEN. It was a living proof of JEN’s success in the community.
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Haileselasse, Program Officer

July 29, 2010 in South Sudan |