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WEE BOX 2021

In South Sudan, a generation of children with disabilities are locked out of an education and trapped in a cycle of poverty.

Frequent conflict has left behind a legacy of fear, displacement and despair, making it one of the world’s poorest and most fragile states. Children with disabilities were already the most vulnerable in society. Now, the coronavirus pandemic has deepened already existing levels  of poverty, putting them at greater risk.

Many children with disabilities in South Sudan are not able to go to school or, later on, to work and earn a living. They may have no access to support services or hospitals for treatment. They may face stigma and exclusion.

This year £1 = £2

From the 12 February to 11 May, all public donations to our WEE BOX, BIG CHANGE appeal will be doubled by the UK government.

You can learn even more about our WEE BOX, including how parishes and schools make donations with our handy 2021 WEE BOX guide.

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Your WEE BOX guide

A quick guide to everything you need to know about the WEE BOX, from returning you donation to info for schools and parishes.

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Your online WEE BOX

Many of us aren't using cash as much these days, so we've created a way to fill up your WEE BOX online. Check it out!

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24-Hour Fast for SCIAF

By participating in a 24 Hour Fast, you can join in solidarity with all those around the world who do not have enough to eat.

Take part

School resouces

WEE BOX resources for the classroom and young people.

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Parish resources

Support the WEE BOX with our parish prayer and fundraising materials.

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Social media pack

Use our social media pack to spread the word of our WEE BOX appeal.

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Together, we’ll help children with disabilities in South Sudan to access the education and support they need to build a bright future.

Together, we’ll help children with disabilities in South Sudan to access the education and support they need to build a bright future.

Vaida's story

Our partner in South Sudan provided Vaida with the healthcare she urgently needed.

Meet Vaida

Malia's story

Malia plays with her friends at their family home. Until recently, however, Malia was unable to walk.

Meet Malia

Shidalah's story

Shidalah is six years old. What will happen to Shidalah if he can’t go to school?

Meet Shidalah