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Gabriel Bol graduated from college with a degree in math education just days before his first homecoming trip to Sudan. Believing in the power of education, he was determined to build the first ever school building in his village, Ariang. Gabriel Bol started his own NGO, called Hope for Ariang, and, even before his trip home, began raising money for the future school by selling t-shirts and speaking to high schools and universities all over the country. When Gabriel Bol witnessed the state of education in South Sudan during his homecoming, it increased his determination even further. Sudan has the second lowest access to primary education in the world, ahead of only Afghanistan. Currently, only 25 percent of children in Southern Sudan are enrolled in school, and less than 1 percent of girls complete primary school. Gabriel Bol returned to his village again in February 2009 to begin the process of making the bricks for what will soon be the Ariang Primary School and researching the costs of materials and engineers. For more information about Hope for Ariang, please click here!
 

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