Interns are an important part of our work at Isis WICCE. They become involved in program, including field activities
What people are saying about Isis-WICCE
“I got a life” After serving my prison sentence I attended the isis-WICCE institute and they helped me settle back into society.
“I got a job” i applied and got a job at the Isis-WICCE institute. I can now earn an income for myself and my children.
“Everything has changed” Isis-WICCE changed my life and gave me hope for a brighter future.
“I found myself” The Isis-WICCE Feminist Institute helped me to embark on the journey of transformation. It equipped me with practical skills of documenting cases of different forms of violence against women and analysing them with feminist lenses.
“I am creative and ethusiastic” ….Because of Isis-WICCE’s work and support, I have been appointed in several leadership positions within the government of South Sudan.
“I found love again” During the 2009 Isis-WICCE medical intervention in Liberia, Dr Jallah Wilhemina, then working with the JF Kennedy Hospital in Monrovia, joined the Isis-WICCE medical team which subsequent medical intervention reached out to over 1000 women and men.