GPE, UNESCO and UNICEF support education for pastoralist communities in South Sudan

|Source: UNESCO|
Gudele West Basic School outside Juba, South Sudan. Credit: GPE/David K. Bridges

UNESCO, in partnership with UNICEF and GPE, held a validation workshop with the Ministry of general education and instruction in South Sudan to support the Pastoralist Education Programme (PEP) strategy framework. The framework, a first of its kind, aims to provide practical solution to challenges in access to equitable and quality education for pastoralist communities in the country. The objective of the workshop was to get further input from the Ministry's senior staff to ensure that the PEP strategy framework effectively addresses the education needs of pastoralist communities and contributes to achieving priority goals.

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