Timpir

kidsTimpir is a grassroots organisation that works to improve the lives of people in South Sudan through locally-developed and operated community development initiatives.

Timpir was formed in 2005 with a vision to work with the people of South Sudan and the global community to assist in the development of a region devastated by almost 40 years of recurrent civil war from the 1950s to 2005.

Timpir is run by a board of 10 volunteer directors who oversee the design, implementation and running of Timpir’s projects in South Sudan. Working with local community members in South Sudan to identify, plan and implement projects is fundamental to Timpir’s ethos, however Timpir relies on the financial and volunteer support of people around the globe to make these projects possible. The main objective of Timpir is to improve access for the people of South Sudan to basic education and health care through working with local communities.


3 weeks ago

Timpir
Here's our Chair's Report for the year that was COVID-19! An interesting year for all of us. ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

Timpir
After almost a year without school and formal education, students at Timpir's two schools in Waramoth and Mabok are back at school. Watch this short video to see just how happy the students and teachers are to be back! animoto.com/play/8nSWnGmxzziH3nfb9BJ6fwAnimoto makes video creation easy! Animoto's video maker turns your photos and video clips into professional videos in minutes. Fast and shockingly simple! ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

Timpir
African Village 2021 Timpir dinner fundraiser.Thanks to everyone who came along to support Timpir. We raised just over $2000 which will go towards supporting the two schools in South Sudan. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

Akol Manyang
I Wish you the board of timpiir to add me very soon.Bz am a headteacher in waramoth primary school. ... See MoreSee Less
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6 months ago

Timpir
Timpir would like to congratulate our first student who has been able to go on from one of our primary schools to now graduate with a tertiary qualification. Ater Ater was a student at Waramoth Primary from 2008 until 2012. Late last year he graduated from the Juba School of Nursing and Midwifery. Congratulations on your achievement Ater. We wish you much success in your future career and are sure that you will make a significant difference to the health outcomes wherever you choose to work. ... See MoreSee Less
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