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

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