Majur Jacob Atang
Majur Jacob Atang, 18 years old and a South Sudanese by nationality lost his mother when he was a small boy and his father was killed during the disputed area (Panthou) between South Sudan and Sudan in 2011. Now he remains as a total orphan with no one supporting his education. Majur have a dream to become a medical doctor to help his community if given a chance to further his education. He will finish his high school level this year, so NSJOF is helping him finishing his senior four.
You can help Majur further his education beyond high school level click HERE and on the donation page write (for Majur’s high education)
Chuol Thou Dar
Chuol Thou Dar, a South Sudanese by nationality. He is 16 years old boy living in Jonglei state South Sudan. It was August 18th, 2011 when tribal clashes occurred in Pieri payam in Jonglei state and his parents were killed in that tragedy. It was a stressful moment for him to see his parents being killed in front of him. In Chuol's own word "After I lost my parents I remain traumatized and no one was taking care of me until the Presbyterian Church of South Sudan went and took me with other orphans children and brought us to the Church compound where we are able to get something to eat and sleep within the compound. Thanks to the NSJOF and all donors for their generosity." Chuol is currently in grade 6 and so he has long way to go. So help us continue sponsoring Chuol. Click here to help.
Makor 18 years old and Makeer 16 years old are both Sudanese born in Jonglei, their father was a soldier who served in Southern Sudan army, unfortunately he got kill during the civil war between North and South Sudan. Their mother disappeared after their dad got kill and went and die.The boys left under the care of their grandmother and their live became a nightmare, their grandmother have been struggling to put them through school but lack of financial support made it difficult for them to follow up with their studies. For orphaned children like Makor and Makeer education is the most important thing that will make their lives better in the future. Makeer the youngest is in high school senior 3 this year and Makor is in primary 7. Please help become their long term sponsor today or help in the little way that you can by clicking on the Donate
Akech Majok Ajang is a 17 years old girl, a Southern Sudanese by nationality. Her father was killed in 1996 as a result of the long civil war in Sudan; her father was killed before her mother gives birth to her. The young girl later born and was then named “AKECH" meaning a child born following the death of a family member in Dinka dialect. A single mother brought her up. Her mother worked as a nurse in the hospital where she earns money for living and to cares for her. Unfortunately, Akech beloved mother passed away in 2008 leaving her in a miserable life. Orphan child like Akech needed your help. It only cost $1,200 a year to sponsor Akech to boarding school. Please help us continue sponsoring Akech by clicking on the"Donate" button and make your life-changing donation today. Remember, the little donation you make today make big differences in Akech life. Thank you for your compassion and generosity
Akur Mabior, fifteen year-old, lost both of parents to the long civil war that devastated Sudan for almost 22 years. She remained under the cares of her old grandmother who took cares of her during the war but now she is old enough and cannot provide support to Akur’s education. Akur was so worried of her future because her grandmother who she described with her own words as “her pillar” is growing older and older and is no longer in a position to support her. NSJOF was able to provide Akur with scholarship in the year 2011 through 2012 because of support from Richard Derwin family from Connecticut. Thank to Derwin family for their great support in sponsoring Akur. You can help continue her education upto college level. Donate here to help her
Deng Ayen Anyang a 16 year old from Jonglei State in South Sudan was born in Bor at small town call Warkok. Deng was rise by his uneducated father who managed to send him to local school. In 2010 Deng’s father passed away which left the young boy with no support. Deng dream is to be a lawyer in future if given an opportunity. Deng mother is alive but can’t provide educational support. Orphans like Deng Ayen Anyang with such a big dream needed your help. NSJOF is looking for sponsor to sponsor Deng. Click on the Donate to support Deng continue his education. Please, Contact us if interested in becoming Deng sponsor