Nata was arrested in a classroom, and deported to South Sudan. She is fluent in Hebrew, Arabic, and English, after years of excelling in her studies in Israel. Read more
We are already active in Juba, although, due to very high costs, we do not yet have a base in the capital. HO is based in Magwi County 85 km away from Central Equatoria. HO effort in Juba is being headed by Mach .B. Ater, an employee of Goss.
The Deportee scholarship is now active and, Lea, an Israeli Mother, is leading the mission of raising the money. She is appealing for a donation of $10 on a monthly basis.
HO has granted two years scholarship to Ayuen Mach to complete his primary education. Other projects will evolve as needs dictate. The micro-loan project for deportee women will soon start in Central Equatoria.