Schoolgirls in South Sudan
We call to South Sudan has called for more investment in the education sector to allow children to have access to the service
Every day, our community of volunteers from around the country dedicate their time to welcoming new neighbours and educating their community members or congregations on issues related to migration and refugees. Simply put, the work of UFVRA would be impossible without volunteers.
“It is very important for the government and non-state actors to invest in education and to provide a conducive environment for children to learn and remain in school,” Cruz-Hubbard stated.
“It is within educated citizenry that South Sudan can realise its full development potential.”
You can get involved by connecting with one of our local network partners, reaching out to migrants in detention, or hosting an event or food distribution in your community