YTTC cannot operate without the generous support of many organisations, all of which help in a wide variety of ways.
Partners & Friends of YTTC
Core Funding (grants):
Protestant Agency for Diakonia and Development
- Stromme Foundation
Supporting YTTC for many years this organisation works to eradicate poverty by supporting education and microfinance projects.
- Presbyterian Church USA - Women's Group
PCUSA financially supported the college in building the new women's dormitory.
- Basic Services Fund
This was a landmark partner for YTTC as they gave us sponsorship for 100 students, 10 from each state. It was the first time we'd trained as a 'national' college in that way.
- CEDAR Fund
This Hong Kong based Christian charity supports education, development and relief projects.
- Hilfe für Bruder
This German organisation was one of our founding partners.
Over the years this UN agency has financially supported the development of infrastructure at YTTC, and supported PTA and SMC training and in-service teacher training.
Funded the training of in-service teachers in 2007.
Partners that have sponsored students:
- Harriet Memorial Fund
This is the memorial fund for Harriet Jiraba set up to encourage the education of women. This fund provides scholarships for individual female students at YTTC.
- Save the Children
We are currently training 150 in-service teachers on behalf of this organisation.
- World Vision
YTTC conducts in-service teacher training with this global development organisation.
Netherlands-based Zoa who operate worldwide fund have funded both in-service and pre-service teachers from Lainya County.
- Jesuit Refugee Service
This Catholic organisation supported some of our pre-service students for a number of years.
- United Methodist Committee on Relief
This not-for-profit organisation has been a supporter of a few of our in-service students.
- Winrock Bridge
A sponsor for a number of our pre-service female trainees.
- Winrock International
This partner works internationally to empower people and increase economic opportunity. With their Gender Equity Support Fund they sponsored some of our pre-service students.
This Irish mission group sponsor a number of our pre-service students.
- African Inland Church
The non-denominational Christian mission organisation sponsors some of our pre-service teachers.
As well as organisations a number of individuals also generously sponsor our students.
Others Partners that have supported YTTC
- The Government of the Republic of South Sudan; MoGEI
They help with the recruitment of students, monitoring and supervision of training activities, endorsement of certificates etc.
- Government of Central Equatoria State
They help with the recruitment of students, monitoring and supervision of training activities, moderation of school practice, moderation and validation of exams, endorsement of certificates etc.
- The Province of the Episcopal Church of the Sudan
They provide scholarships for pre-service students, do a joint review of in-service training materials, support the mobilisation of students for training etc.
- Episcopal Church of Sudan, Diocese of Yei
Our legal owner, the Diocese of Yei is one of the college’s founding partners and has supported the college to develop to its current level.
Once a part of Across, YTTC has benefited from their organisational support since its inception. It is currently partnering with them to train teachers from the Lasu refugee camp.
- Voluntary Services Overseas
A partnership formed in 2013 as we welcome two VSO volunteers to YTTC.
- Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF)
A Christian air transport charity partnered with YTTC in 2013 as they flew in some of our students from other areas of the country.
- Episcopal Church of Sudan, Education and Training
ECS Education & Training are long-term friends of the college given our shared ownership and our shared history as long-established South Sudanese organisations training teachers.
- BANBAT UNMIS
This Bangladeshi group provided an initial grading of the YTTC sports ground .
- Dark & Light Blind Care
This Dutch NGO has given us support in providing more inclusive education.
An education development organisation who have worked with us to develop radio based education.
- Windle Trust
Windle Trust worked with YTTC to build the capacity of County Education Centres. In addition they provided accelerated learning books to YTTC.
- World Relief
YTTC conducted a joint review of in-service training materials with this charity.
- Arua Primary Teacher Training College, Uganda
Technical and professional development.
- Lodonga Primary Teacher Training College, Uganda
Technical and professional development.
- Kyambogo University, Uganda
Examination, certification and accreditation.
- University of Juba, South Sudan
Moderation and validation of internal exams.