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Across: Transforming lives and communities
Learn more of how the programmes are achieving the vision and mission of Across on the Human Interest Stories section categorized by Across Programme Sectors below.

Wife rejected due to traditonal belief on child with cleft lip

Wednesday, 19 March 2014 13:10
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2013-06-24 22.21.11The beliefs within the community led Grace’s Father, Clement Lowate, to accuse his wife, Betty, of adultery.  He believed the adultery resulted in a child born with disability. His relatives joined him in condemning her, so Betty left and returned to her parents, taking Grace and her other children with her.  Although they were allowed to stay at the home, Betty’s family also rejected the pair and gave no support, as they also believed there had been adultery committed.  Betty felt hopeless.

 

Only 15 years old, and a WASH Hygiene Promoter in her village...

Wednesday, 24 April 2013 07:25
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Jospina Story

"This is not the right work for girls. I will find a man to dig a pit latrine for the family when I return from the Cattle Camp'', said Jospina's father. She kept quiet, until her father went away, then she dug the latrine with the help of her brothers.

Jospina Ayen Thon from Pacong, Rumbek East County, saw an Across hygiene promoter digging a latrine at his house. She watched with her two younger brothers as the hygiene promoter dug the pit and then placed poles over the hole.

 


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 EU official flag yellow high“One of our Children’s Ministry Projects is working in partnership with a number of NGO’s/CBO’s in Yei River County. The Partnerships for Peace Programme is focussed on helping children to participate meaningfully in their communities, churches, homes, and schools. It is funded by the EU.”