25. May 2019

Loreto Rumbek, South Sudan

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Some recent photographs from
Loreto Rumbek, South Sudan 2014 

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Latest from Rumbek –  November 2013 Click here


Graduation Photographs – November 2013 Click here



Latest News from Rumbek – April 2013  Click here

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Sr Noelle’s visit to Rumbek earlier this month – November 2012.

Sr Noelle visited Rumbek earlier this month – November 2012. Click here to view an account of her visit to both the Primary and Post Primary School

Photos from Loreto Primary School, Rumbek (20 April, 2012)click here  

Some Student Stories from Loreto Secondary School, Rumbek, South Sudan. 

Intorduction by Louise O’Sullivan, IBVM following her recent visit there.  Click here to read the students’ stories.

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The following is a short video clip which will give you an insight into Loreto, Rumbek, South Sudan.   Srs Louise O’Sullivan and Helen O’Riordan (photo) returned recently from a visit to Loreto Rumbek.


The following Presentation (click here to download) was given by Sr Louise at a recent meeting (21 Feb. 2012) for Catechists and R.E. Co-ordinators in Loreto Post-Primary & Grammar Schools.  This presentation contains up to date information, facts and figures about South Sudan and Loreto’s involvement in education and life in Rumbek.

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           To all of you for your interest and support, and for your financial commitment to this work.  Without you, none of this could happen

Please continue to support us with your prayers, advocacy for education of the girl-child and promotion of women’s rights, awareness, and by telling the story of Loreto in Rumbek.




Newsletter from Loreto Rumbek, South Sudan
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Graduation of First Students

Congratulations to the first group of students to graduate from Loreto Rumbek.  Graduation will take place on 27 November,

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2011. The students sit the Government exams on the 2 December and end on the 19 December. They are also pioneers, the first students who arrived in 2008.