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An eventful time

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Spring Virtual Cooking Class

Please join us and Dr. Noela Mogga of the Taste of South Sudan for a virtual cooking class featuring three delicious, authentic South Sudanese dishes.

March 21, 2021 at 11:00 am Mountain Time

List of supplies will be provided upon registration.

Watch the demonstration and then make your meal.

Suggested donation of $10 per household.

Please RSVP here.

Spring Event 2020

Project Education South Sudan held a unique annual virtual event. Emmy Award Winning Journalist, Ms. Tamara Banks hosted the event featuring a panel of South Sudanese women.  If you missed the event, you can view it here.

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Virtual Friendraisers 

Do you want to tell all your friends about PESS while still maintaining social distancing standards? Now you can help us spread the word about the important work PESS is doing ~virtually~ by hosting a "Friendraiser"! Schedule a Zoom meeting with a PESS Representative and get together an intimate group of your friends to learn all about the crises that face the girls of South Sudan and how you can help -- all with little to no hassle. Some party ideas include "BYOB Happy Hour," "virtual escape rooms," and guided screenings of documentaries relevant to our mission. To learn more, contact us and mention "Friendraiser" in your message.


Night in South Sudan 2019

On September 12, 2019, Project Education South Sudan took over Dagwood Hall at St. John's Cathedral for their third annual Night in South Sudan. The room was packed with one of our largest and most engaged crowds ever! PESS Executive Director, Daniel Majok Gai, made his annual sojourn stateside to give his report on South Sudan operations, as is tradition. The keynote speaker was former director of the Peace Corps Carrie Hessler-Radelet. Carrie spoke about the importance of educating girls as evidenced in her long and storied career. Be sure to keep your ear to the ground to learn about this year's Night in South Sudan, tentatively scheduled for early October 2020. 

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