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The Lologo Vocational Training and Community Development Center (2018): by Association Suisse des Amis de Sœur Emmanuelle
A short visit of the Center, which vocational training program (8 trainings) is partially funded by ASASE. For 13 years now, the Center has been contributing to the development of the local community.


Richard, a brave electrician in Juba (2019), by Association Suisse des Amis de Sœur Emmanuelle.
Meeting with Richard, 2016 graduate of the Electricity training of the Lologo Vocational Training and Community Development Center. A few months earlier, Richard opened a small electricity store in the capital. He recounts his experience, which testifies to his courage and determination to manage to feed his family and support his siblings and parents, still refugees in a camp in Uganda.

 

 
Ajuot, 18 years old, from the Be In Hope street children program (2019) by Association Suisse des Amis de Sœur Emmanuelle
Meeting with Ajuot, an 18-year-old boy, taken in six years earlier by our local partner, the Saint Vincent de Paul, Society Juba, within the Be In Hope street children program, in Rajaf. His testimony gives an idea of the hardships these boys went through and the long way the've come thanks to the program.

 

 

The pilot-farm in Nyarjwa (2019) by Association Suisse des Amis de Sœur Emmanuelle
In Nyarjwa, 25 km from Juba, a visit to the pilot farm, one of the income-generating programs of our local partner, the Saint Vincent de Paul Society, Juba.

 

Dances, songs and celebrations (2019) by Association Suisse des Amis de Sœur Emmanuelle
Preparations and celebrations by the local population of the feast of Saint Vincent de Paul within the Lologo Vocational Training and Community Development Center.

 

Celebrations of the centenary of the Catholic Church (2019) by Association Suisse des Amis de Sœur Emmanuelle
Celebration of the centenary of the diocese of Juba, in Rajaf, a village 16 km from the capital, cradle of the establishment of the Catholic Church in the country. The teams of our local partner, the Saint Vincent de Paul Society, helped organize the logistics of the event.


The Nyaret group of South Sudanese women farmers (2018) by Association Suisse des Amis de Sœur Emmanuelle
A group of 5 graduates of the agricultural training of the Lologo Vocational Training Center who have benefited from a micro-credit to get started in their agricultural activity near Rajaf, about 20 km from Juba,




Graduates in Sewing who have benefited from a micro-credit (2018) by Association Suisse des Amis de Sœur Emmanuelle
Visit of the shop of a group of graduates in Sewing from the Lologo Vocational Training Center who have benefited from a microcredit to get their business started.




The "Good Friends" group, beneficiairy of a micro-credit (2018) by Association Suisse des Amis de Sœur Emmanuelle
Visit of the garage launched by a group of 5 graduates of 2017 Auto Repair training who benefitted of a microcredit. 




Achol Achiek, 2017 Computer graduate (2018) by Association Suisse des Amis de Sœur Emmanuelle
Meet, at her workplace, a 2017 graduate in Computer of the Lologo Vocational Training Center, run by our local partner, the Saint Vincent de Paul Society,Juba.




Two graduates in Electricity at their place of work (2018) by Association Suisse des Amis de Sœur Emmanuelle.
Meet two 2017 graduates in Electricity of the Lologo Vocational Training Center.




Michael Jollet, 2017 Masonry Graduate (2018) by Association Suisse des Amis de Sœur Emmanuelle
A short interview, at his place of work, of a Masonry graduate of the Lologo Vocational Training Center supported by ASASE for years and led by its local partner, the Saint Vincent de Paul Society, Juba.

 


Welcome to the Lologo Center (2018) by Association Suisse des Amis de Sœur Emmanuelle
This year, during his vist, our director was accompanied by a member of our Executive Committee and two members of a French sister association (Operation Orange), for whom it was a first visit in South Sudan. They were surprised by the welcoming committee that awaited them at the entrance of the Lologo Vocational Training and Community Development Center…

 

 
The Lologo slum (2019) by oraetlabora
It is in this slum of Juba that the Vocational and Community Development Center was created.
 


Visiting the Pilot Farm in Nyarjwa (2018) by Association Suisse des Amis de Sœur Emmanuelle
Our director visits the income-generating Pilot Farm in Nyarjwa, near Juba, which is run by our local partner, the Saint Vincent de Paul Society, Juba.




The Carpentry workshop (2018) by Association Suisse des Amis de Sœur Emmanuelle
The wood furniture manufacturing workshop, in the Lologo Training Center, is one of 6 income generating programs set up by our local partner, the Saint Vincent de Paul Society, Juba.




Lologo's new guest house (2018) by Association Suisse des Amis de Sœur Emmanuelle
Our director is visiting the brand new guest house built within the Lologo Vocational Training and Community Development Center.




The Be In Hope program (2018) by Association Suisse des Amis de Sœur Emmanuelle
A short visit in the home of the Be In Hope program, which fully supports 25 boys, many of them orphans, who were taken from the streets.




Babies feeding Program (2018) by Association Suisse des Amis de Sœur Emmanuelle
Visit to one of the three centers of the Babies Feeding program. Located in Rajaf, this center is funded by Missio (Austria).




Meet Mrs Nyiel Gordon Kuol, President of the South Sudanese Federation of Business and Professional Women (2018) by Association Suisse des Amis de Sœur Emmanuelle
Mrs Nyiel Gordon Kuol has founded in 2013 this federation that aims to help women get paid work.

 

 

Remains of a church in Rajaf (2019) par oraetlabora
Three-quarter of an hour from the capital, a melancholy visit to the remains of a church destroyed during the North / South war.
 


Songs and dances at the Lologo Center (2018) by Association Suisse des Amis de Sœur Emmanuelle
During his visit to the supported programs, the director is accommodated in the guest house of the Lologo Vocational Training and Community Development Center. In the evening, when the adult trainees and the pupils of the Saint Vincent school are gone, local residents come to sing songs and dance in anticipation of Saint Vincent de Paul's feast.




On the river Nile (2018) by Association Suisse des Amis de Sœur Emmanuelle
Boat trip, with members of the local partner of ASASE, on the Nile.




Driving in Juba (2018) by Association Suisse des Amis de Sœur Emmanuelle
This video gives a first idea of this city.




A day at the Lologo Vocational Training Center (2017) by oraetlabora
This video briefly catches a regular morning in the Center, with the functioning of six of the eight trainings offered to the population by ASASE's local partner, the Saint Vincent de Paul Society, Juba.




The WFP and World Vision at the Lologo Center (2017) by oraetlabora
The first day of his visit this year, the director of ASASE was the starting day of a program hosted in the Lologo Vocational Training and Community Development Center. A representative of ASASE's local partner - the Saint Vincent de Paul Society, who created and is running the Center - explains that this program, led by the World Food Program (UN) and the NGO World Vision, is aimed to help the elderly and / or disabled.




Benjamin, masonry graduate, civil war victim (2017) by oraetlabora
Two young masonry graduates: they are cousins, and one of them was a victim of the fighting that happened in the capital in July.




Jacqueline, 2016 Agricultural Training graduate (2017) by oraetlabora
Jacqueline is a graduate of the Household training of the Lologo Vocational Training Center.




The Saint Vincent school (2017)  by oraetlabora
This kindergarten and primary school, located within the Lologo Training Center has been created at the initiative of the local population, and has today more than 1000 pupils. In recent years, it has been financially supported by ASASE's Austrian donors and partners.




Interview with Iosike, embush victim (2017) by oraetlabora
Iosike, a young employee of ASASE's local partner, was ambushed on a road during the civil war.


Sewing graduates in their shop (2017) by oraetlabora
In Lologo, a shantytown of Juba, a stall is held by six ladies who graduated in 2016 in sewing from the Vocational Training Center.




The Saint Vincent Health Care Center (2017) by oraetlabora
25 km from the capital of South Sudan, a short visit of the Health Care Center that ASASE has been supporting since 2013, after having financed its construction.




Paul, civil war victim (2017) by oraetlabora
Paul can no longer work for SVDP (he used to be a driver) since he was shot in the fighting in July 2017.




One Sunday at the Be In Hope Home (2017) by oraetlabora
A Sunday morning at the Be In Hope home for street children set up in Rajaf by ASASE's local partner, the Saint Vincent de Paul Society, Juba.




Restarting the Poultry program in Lologo (2017) by oraetlabora
 After two years of interruption, this income-generating program contributes to the financing of the vocational training program.




The guesthouse in Lologo (2017) by oraetlabora
A guest house is being built by ASASE's local partner.




Charles, 2009 Masonry graduate of the Lologo Vocational Training Center (2016) by oraetlabora
Meeting with a graduate of the Lologo Vocational Training Centre that ASASE is supporting since its creation by the Saint Vincent de Paul Society, Juba.

 


Ester, a 2015 Sewing graduate (2016) by oraetlabora
Ester, a graduate of the Lologo Vocational Training Center, welcomes us to her home, where she works.




John, 2015 auto-mechanic graduate (2016) by oraetlabora
Meeting with John at his workplace, a garage in the capital.


The Saint Vincent Health Care Center (2016) by oraetlabora
In Nyarjwa, near Juba, visit of the new Health Care Centre set up by ASASE's local partner, the Saint Vincent-de-Paul Society, Juba.

 


The Mahat displaced camp, Juba (2016) by oraetlabora
In this camp, where more than 10,000 displaced people took refuge during the civil war, the Saint Vincent de Paul Society, Juba, ASASE' local partner, intervenes from time to time.

 


The Be In Hope Home for Street Children (2016) by oraetlabora
Visit, in Rajaf, near Juba, of the new home for street children created by our local partner.


The Lologo Vocational Training Center (2013) by oraetlabora
Summary presentation of the Lologo Vocational Training and Community Development Center, located near Juba, the capital of South Sudan. The center is run by the Saint Vincent-de-Paul Society Juba and mainly supported by ASASE.


Three graduates of the Lologo Vocational Training Center (2013) by oraetlabora


The Mahat Camp for the displaced, Juba (2015) by oraetlabora
March 2015. In this Camp, our local partner distributes food. Most of the displaced come from Jonglei State to escape Nuers rebels violence. They are Dinkas, Murles, Shiluks and Anuaks. There are also people returned from Kakuma (Kenya) where they had fled during the previous conflict.


The Computer Training (2013) by oraetlabora


Driving across the Lologo slum in Juba (2015) by oraetlabora


Two trainers of the Lologo Vocational Training Center (2013) by oraetlabora
An interview in April 2013 with two trainers (in electricity and automechanics) of the Lologo Vocational Training and Community Development Center.

 


Meet Deng, 8 years old, from the Be In Hope Street Children program (2015) by oraetlabora


The Sewing Training (2013) by oraetlabora


Joseph, 15 years old, from the Be In Hope Street Children program (2015) by oraetlabora


Two trainees of the Lologo Vocational Training Center in South Sudan by oraetlabora
An interview in April 2013 with two former soldiers who are attending the Autorepair training.

 


Meet Tokhuat, 15 years old, from the Be In Hope Street Children Program (2015) by oraetlabora

 


Carpentry training (2013) by oraetlabora
This training is no longer provided.


An Auto-repair graduate (2013) by oraetlabora
Our Director visits a garage that employs a former trainee of the Lologo Vocational Training and Community Development Center.


The Saint Vincent Primary school (2013) by oraetlabora


A female graduate in Masonry (2013) by oraetlabora
Her training was subcontracted by UNIDO (UN) to our local partner.

 


Babies Feeding Program in Lologo (2013) by oraetlabora
An interview with three young ladies whose children are benefitting from the Babies Feeding Program run within the Lologo Vocational Training and Community Development Center.


On the River Nile - Juba (2016) by oraetlabora


The Lologo Center (2013) by oraetlabora
Brief presentation, excluding the core activity: vocational training. For more details, see the other videos.


The Lologo Center (2016) by oraetlabora
This short video does not show the vocational training activity.


Juba (2016) by oraetlabora

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