Slightly better news from our colleagues in Juba this week. Some windows in the Kimu clinic were broken during the recent robbery. Four solar panels were taken, together with some curtains. But the solar panels for the medicine cooler, the batteries, and the switch gear were not stolen. And the police have agreed to provide extra protection for the clinic in support of the watchmen.
Meanwhile, the women’s literacy class we are supporting at Kimu is due to get under way at last in mid-November, in agreement with the teachers and students. The classrooms were not damaged in the robbery, so we are looking forward to confirmation that the classes are in fact meeting.
Another piece of better news is that classes at Juba University are due to resume this month, though there is still no agreement on tuition fees. We await news of the students we are supporting. Please help us to continue providing services with your donation.