Our Challenge - educating girls in South Sudan

Welcome to Loreto Rumbek

Girls in South Sudan face extreme adversity in the pursuit of academic success. Even a basic education is a right denied to many.

Young girls and especially young women are less likely to enroll and more likely to drop out.

About our School

Loreto Rumbek is made up of a primary school, a secondary school and Primary Health Care. The school first opened in 2008 and provides a much needed place of education for girls aged 14-20.

Director's Message

We hear from Sr. Orla Treacy
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Primary School

Boys and girls, aged 5-14.
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Secondary School

Girls, aged 14 to 20 years.
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Primary Health Care Centre

Our new PHCC opened in 2020
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Featured articles

Water containers for handwashing

Hand shaking and raising awareness of Coronavirus

South Sudan is a developing country with poor medical facilities. We face ...
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Introducing Loreto’s Mary Ward Primary Health Care Centre

The Loreto health department carries out several activities to provide various components ...
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Loreto Science Fair

Secondary school hosts it’s first Science Fair

In Loreto upper primary classes the students have science fairs three times ...
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Celebrating exam success with our newest graduates

In South Sudan, women and girls have less privileges and limited opportunities. ...
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