St. Charles North High School

On Friday, May 10th, the Lost Boys Rebuilding Southern Sudan will be presenting to the entire freshman class at St. Charles North High School in St. Charles, Illinois. The all day program will highlight the Lost Boys’ story and the work being done in South Sudan.

PSA: Learn How To Read

LBRSS created a Public Service Announcement promoting the importance and value of literacy for the citizens of the South Sudan. The PSA features our board members William Mou and Arik Malith Ajak, both Lost Boys of Sudan. South Sudan has the lowest literacy rate in the world and the power of literacy is a concept...
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South Sudan Visit

Executive Director Wendi Dwyer and Chairman William Mou are visiting South Sudan to celebrate opening the Malualkon Community Learning Center. William will be staying in the South Sudan for a full month and Wendi will be able to join him for two weeks. They will celebrate the opening of the learning center with the Malualkon...
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A Lion In Africa

Read LBRSS Executive Director Wendi Dwyer’s article about the opportunity, and hope, to positively impact the South Sudan through literacy: A Lion in Africa. “I stepped off the small U.N. plane in South Sudan. Our bags were tossed onto the red dirt ground. The plane took off, and I knew there was no turning back....
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Sunday in South Sudan

Join us Sunday, February 10th, in Geneva, IL to hear the Lost Boys tell their story and their plans to help rebuild the South Sudan. The Lost boys kept each other alive walking thousands of miles to flee genocide. Their life lessons help us face adversity with integrity and hope. They are equipping the next generation...
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When a woman can read, a woman can lead!

By Wendi Dwyer, Executive Director In February 2012, I traveled to Northern Bahr El Ghazal State in South Sudan. I was there to see our newly built school in Malualkon. Our organization, Lost Boys Rebuilding Southern Sudan, worked hard to construct this building. We had planned to have an equal number of boy and girl...
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Literacy At The Well

Our Malualkon Community Learning Center teaches the entire community how to read, regardless of gender or age. We are also training “Literacy Leaders” how to teach reading by using games, songs and simple lessons that are easy to learn and fun to share with others. Our goal is to make reading contagious. We know that when...
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Huffington Post: Literacy at the Well

Literacy at the Well is our latest, and most profound, project yet. Read Executive Director Wendi Dwyer’s article in the Huffington Post, highlighting her experiences in South Sudan and the potential of this great new project. “Many of the women and girls had walked miles to arrive at the well to fetch safe water for...
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April 28th Fundraising Dinner

An Evening to Remember! We would like to thank everyone who came to our South Sudanese Dinner on April 28th at the Geneva Golf Club. The generosity of our guests combined with the selflessness of our volunteers made the evening a wonderful success! A special thank you goes to our chef, Mike Riley, who created...
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