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The boarding section of St. Daniel Comboni Boarding Primary School in South Sudan’s Torit Diocese ravaged by fire. Credit: ACI Africa /

Catholic School Leadership in South Sudan Appeals for Donations Following Weekend Inferno

A fire that ravaged the boarding section of St. Daniel Comboni Boarding Primary School in South Sudan’s Torit Diocese over the weekend has left dozens of learners at the school with no place to sleep, the management of the Catholic institution has told ACI Africa.

UK Financial Aid to Support Girls in All Catholic Schools in South Sudanese Archdiocese

All girls attending Catholic schools in South Sudan’s Catholic Archdiocese of Juba will benefit from the UK government’s financial aid that seeks to support the girls throughout their basic education, an official in the Archdiocese of Juba has told ACI Africa.

President Uhuru Kenyetta gifted with a potted tree at the 80th anniversary celebration of the Nairobi-based St Mary's School, Msongari on October 11, 2019 / St. Mary's School, Msongari

Plans to Plant Trees Characterize 80th Anniversary of a Nairobi Catholic School

At a time when the world is facing climate crisis with several environmental challenges including global warming and varying weather patterns, a Nairobi Catholic day School, famous for producing national leaders among them the current President, Uhuru Kenyatta, has resolved to celebrate its 80 years of existence by planting trees.

Logo of Nairobi-based Catholic School, Consolata /

Leaders Weigh in on Case of Nairobi-Catholic-School Boy Whose Vulgar Video Went Viral

A video full of vulgarities recorded and uploaded on social media by a pupil at a Nairobi-based Catholic school has caught the attention of a wide-range of people, including leaders who have weighed in on the matter variously.

Students at St. Joan of Arc school, Dakar, Senegal /

Catholic School in Senegal Lifts Ban on Headscarves for Muslim Students

Months after banning the wearing of head scarves at St. Joan of Arc school, a Catholic-sponsored school in Senegal’s capital, Dakar, the administration of the institution has given in to pressure and lifted the ban, allowing the expelled students to return to the school.