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    School Project wins SEED Award!

    Since May of 2009, we have worked tirelessly as a dedicated team of people on the design of a school in South Sudan. It has been one of the most difficult but most rewarding projects many of us have ever pursued. But just when we were waining in hope, we found out we were awarded […]

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    Holding Out Hope for Peace in South Sudan

    Rebuilding South Sudan: Can the World’s Newest Nation Live in Peace? August 9, 2015 @ 9:30AM Congregational Church San Mateo 225 Tilton Ave, San Mateo, CA 94401 A Free Event Katie Rivers, Board President of Rebuild South Sudan will share at Congregational Church San Mateo about the challenges her organization faces as they work with […]

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    Teacher Training 2015: Support Education in South Sudan

      Supporting Education in South Sudan Means Supporting Teachers The Jalle Peace School is in session even though the building is simply a steel frame. In the Jalle payam there are 44 teachers, 6 of whom are teaching under the school’s steel structure in what is being called, “The Open Space School.” In Jalle there are 250 […]

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    New Short Film Released

    As a winner of a SEED Award in 2013, we were granted a short film with funding from the Fetzer Institute. In addition to being the inaugural project for SEED Funds, we are excited to release this short film which summarizes our purpose, process, and vision. Even in the midst of the difficulties South Sudan […]

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    International Literacy Day 2015 in San Francisco

    On September 8, 2015 at 4 pm, Rebuild South Sudan (RSS) will present an interactive literacy exhibit hosted by Alley Cat Books on 24th Street to celebrate International Literacy Day 2015. The event will celebrate the power of reading, writing, and storytelling to communicate South Sudan’s determination to overcome illiteracy and how Bay Area citizens […]

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    The Good Lie: A Film About Heroic Perseverance

    Americans watch horror movies. The Lost Boys and Girls live them.   “The Good Lie” calls much needed attention to the story of The Lost Boys and Girls and their nation, South Sudan. Anyone familiar with the 2006 documentary “God Grew Tired of Us” will recognize its presence as the skeleton for this new telling that […]

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    Our Past and Future

    Rebuild Sudan: Our Past and Our Future from Rebuild Sudan on Vimeo. Rebuild Sudan in partnership with Sarah Gerber of twentytwenty studios, is proud to release this 8min short film recounting the story of its founder, Michael Kuany, the organization’s partnership with the Jalle Community, and the shared efforts to construct the Jalle School. Please click on the image […]

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    BAS Fan Donation!

    We are excited to announce a $28,000 donation of equipment from Big Ass Solutions for our natural cooling system for the Jalle School Project. The aim is to use these fans in the gathering hall and classroom through a solar power system. The by installing these fans in the gathering hall and moving air through […]

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South Sudan News

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World Book Day Supports South Sudan

Literacy, Books, and Education in South Sudan: Education is seen as the backbone of South Sudan’s future. It is slowly but surely finding its way into South Sudan spine by spine. Schools Reopen in Jonglei’s Duk County In March of 2015, 1000 pupils returned to schools that were destroyed in last year’s fighting. Children have been with […]

What’s Happening in South Sudan?

Snippets from South Sudan: Cattle Raids, Bombs, Prayers for Peace This isn’t a comprehensive analysis of what’s happening in South Sudan, just some events we wanted to point out. South Sudan continues to be a place where hope and tragedy are intertwined, and we hope the articles and events listed hear give witness to that. We’ve […]

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Stories Of Joy And Sorrow: Recent Events In South Sudan

Over the past couple weeks, South Sudan has witnessed one event that must have brought indelible joy to many, and another that certainly has caused others sorrow and grief. The story of joy and hope grows out of an entrenched problem within South Sudan: child soldiering. Last week, on January 27th, the South Sudanese Democratic […]

Project Updates

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Teacher Training 2015: Support Education in South Sudan

  Supporting Education in South Sudan Means Supporting Teachers The Jalle Peace School is in session even though the building is simply a steel frame. In the Jalle payam there are 44 teachers, 6 of whom are teaching under the school’s steel structure in what is being called, “The Open Space School.” In Jalle there are 250 […]

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VOA Radio Features the Jalle Peace School

Rebuild South Sudan Radio Interview (start at 11:07) Blog Post: Bringing Education to South Sudan, One Village at a Time It Takes a Village to Build a School Slideshow In August 2014 Michael, Katie, and Luke had the opportunity to be interviewed by Karin Zeitvogel for the radio program South Sudan in Focus, part of […]

New Short Film Released

As a winner of a SEED Award in 2013, we were granted a short film with funding from the Fetzer Institute. In addition to being the inaugural project for SEED Funds, we are excited to release this short film which summarizes our purpose, process, and vision. Even in the midst of the difficulties South Sudan […]

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