Our Students: Change Agents
From our first 90 students in 2014 to over 525 in 2019, Abukloi students are motivated learners. They know the power of education to change their nation for the better. They are using what they learn to become change agents for peace, equality, and civil rights.
Abukloi students lead their community in conversations about women's and girls' rights, gun laws, and unity between tribes. They use their education to help their families tackle food scarcity and health issues and the women have the courage to continue their education even after childbirth.
At Abukloi we are dedicated to providing meaningful education to men and women, boys and girls. Over 30% of our students are female, and we will work to make that number greater. We will also work to equip our students with the skills they need to define their future.
Please join us in developing the next generation of leaders of South Sudan.
Peace and Human
In the classroom and after-school, students learn to debate political and social issues, manage conflict, respectfully discuss new ideas and become leaders in their community. Through after-school Peace and Human Rights Clubs, students often lead community-wide events held by the UN.