NEW DATE! Join us on 17th August to explore education & peace-building

Girl students at the water pump

Change of date due to rail strikes, and lunch now included for in-person attendees. We hope to see you there!


How Education Can Shape South Sudan's Next Decade... (July Newsletter)

2022 06 Mentoring Session

Upcoming hybrid event this August; an interview with a South Sudanese mother and academic; & updates from Ibba Girls' School.


Forging a Future for South Sudan (June Newsletter)

2022 05 Swearing in of prefects

Updates from IGBS and FIGS, including election of prefects at the school, advertising for new FIGS trustees, and an invitation to join us in London on 18 August.


Webinar: New Developments at IGBS

Students carrying water

Booking is now open for our webinar on Saturday 5th February.


Cautious Signs of Hope After a Difficult Year for South Sudan

2017 12 Thank you

Our newsletter for December, reflecting on the ups and downs of 2021.


One Donation. Twice the Impact. (November Newsletter)

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In this edition of our newsletter, learn more about how your donation can be doubled in the #ChristmasChallenge21. Also read about the latest on recruitment for the Head Teacher and Senior Finance Manager posts at IGBS, and more.


"Shining the light of education in the darkness of illiteracy"

2021 04 17 Gallery View

Read about the fascinating webinar on 17th April that delved in the role of girls' education in promoting peace and development in South Sudan.


Ibba Girls To Return To School - Newsletter March 2021

2019-08 Outdoor Revision

Easter greetings and a warm welcome to the latest FIGS newsletter, in which we bring you hopeful news of political stabilisation in South Sudan and a potential return to school for the girls...


“With education you have the wings to fly the world” #IWD

19 03 Welcome

South Sudanese women speak about their education and careers


Seeking a voluntary Social Media and Events Coordinator


We are looking for a new volunteer member of the team! Fancy giving us a hand?

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