From all accounts, my life is good. But still, the needs of the many voiceless war orphans and widows I left behind in South Sudan after two decades of civil war weigh upon my heart, and that is why I continue to mobilize resources and return to provide humanitarian assistance and sustainable economic development projects. I met many of these voiceless people, I knew some of these voiceless people, some are from my village, they are my countrymen, they are human beings. I believe God who gave me the opportunity to come to the United States will take care of me as I embark on this journey of hope to provide economic development opportunities in South Sudan.

Kenneth Elisapana, Executive Director

Recent Posts:

A Letter From the Executive Director

Greetings On July 9, 2013 South Sudan will celebrate its second anniversary as a sovereign state since it seceded from the North Sudan in 2011. Although the excitement of an independent country is still in the air, the harsh reality has set in. Two years on, it’s still extremely difficult for the people of South…

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Hope Happens Campus

As the Republic of South Sudan is still in its infancy, the people of South Sudan are forging a new future as an independent country. After generations of South Sudanese have only known war and conflict, they find themselves in a hopeful yet uncertain time. Throughout this war torn country, basic infrastructure and necessities are…

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Operation Give Hope 2008

South Sudan Voices of Hope May 2008 African Trip Newsletter. Dear Friends, The true stories of Sudanese persecution survivors recounting cruelty, rape, slavery and mass murder that took place in Southern Sudan, Nuba Mountains and Southern Blue Nile over the past 21 years are hard for many people here in the United States and the…

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Operation Give Hope 2007

South Sudan Voices of Hope March 2007 African Trip Newsletter. In February/March 2007 Rev. Samuel Kayanga Deputy Director of South Sudan Voices of Hope, Relief and Development and I went to Mvolo County, South Sudan to carry on with the ongoing projects. 2005 peace agreement that was signed between South Sudan and National Islamic Government…

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South Sudan Voices of Hope March 2006 African Trip Newsletter.   In March 2006 Rev. Samuel Kayanga Deputy Director of South Sudan Voices of Hope, Relief and Development and I went to Mvolo County, South Sudan to carry on with the ongoing projects. There is political stability in South Sudan, Blue Nile and Nuba Mountains…

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