Get ready for the Big Give

Women’s Education Partnership (WEP) is excited to be participating in a new campaign – one in which your donations will be doubled by money pledged to WEP from a ‘match pot’ of £10,150.

It’s called the BIG GIVE Christmas Challenge 2021. It is the UK’s biggest online match funding campaign.

It runs from midday 30 November to midday 7 December 2021. For your donation to be doubled it must be donated between these two dates.

We hope you will want to donate to WEP. We provide education for women and girls in Sudan and South Sudan, including literacy classes for refugee women, schooling for orphan children and full scholarships for disadvantaged women to attend local universities.

Please visit: between 30th November and 7th December and donate to Women’s Education Partnership’s campaign ‘Power to the Powerless through Education’ through the Big Give site.

The BIG GIVE is a registered charity (1136547). It features over 10,000 charities and WEP is proud to be participating this year.

Thank you for supporting Women’s Education Partnership in helping disadvantaged women in Sudan and South Sudan.

Our work in South Sudan

Our latest blogpost gives an insight into the amazing work of our partners in South Sudan, Kimu Integrated Development Organisation, who provide health and education services to vulnerable communities, with special focus on the needs of women and girls.

Find out more here

Summer Newsletter

Our latest newsletter is now available to view here.  Find out how our scholarship and literacy circle projects are progressing and the impact that your vital donations are having on our work.

Upcoming Event: Words Matter

Join Women’s Education Partnership (WEP) for a virtual evening in the company of internationally-acclaimed Sudanese author, Leila Aboulela, whose literary works paint an enriching human picture of a country frequently misunderstood. Sudan is on the cusp of Africa and the Middle East, with a booming and historic women’s rights scene.

Leila will touch on her childhood in Khartoum, the importance of girls’ education and her navigation of issues of faith and identity, both on the page and in her own life’s journey.

The event will take place on Wednesday 8th September at 7pm.

Visit our events page here for information on how you can join

International Women’s Day

Monday, 8th March marks International Women’s Day.  We would like to pay tribute to the amazing women working tirelessly to carry out WEP’s mission of empowering women through education.

Read more about their work on our latest blog post here

Student Life

Views of Ahfad University for Women, before Covid-19. Currently, social distancing is practised, both in lecture rooms and practical classes.

Whilst Covid-19 has impacted us all, WEP remains committed to our mission to help empower women through education and we hope to continue to fund many more inspiring women through our University Scholarship schemes.