OUR PROJECTS

Education for Cattle Raiders

Constant low-grade warfare is a way of life for nomadic tribal groups in South Sudan. Young men like the Toposa boy pictured with an AK-47  tattooed  by knife onto his arm conduct cattle raids and revenge attacks against their neighbours. The AIC-Sudan brings education to these young people. Their traditional way of life is eroding, but there is little opportunity for youth to integrate into society. Providing literacy to these young people and basic education can help them put their guns and bows aside for pens and pencils and soccer balls. Their nomadic lifestyle makes it hard to stick with education, and their parents value fighting over education making it extra tough to go to school. The AIC which runs many schools in South Sudan is trying to find better ways of educating Toposa boys and integrating them peacefully into society. Education is a sustainable solution to bring about peace and provide alternative futures for boys who have a high risk of dying in violent conflict. Our support will help place teachers in this remote and risky setting and provide materials for learning.

THIS MONTH'S PROJECTS

Tuition Centres

Personal Hygiene Products for Girls

Bursaries for Bright Students

THIS MONTH'S PARTNERS

Duars Rural Development Project - India

This super organization serves tea plantation labourers and their families in India. The picturesque plantations of West Bengal mask a rough life for many. The Duars (local area name) Rural Development Project provides education and economic developmen...
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JKPS - India

JKPS is the organization that inspired the birth of Kutoa becaus of its world-class program to restore minor-age girls rescued from human trafficking. JKPS serves people living in extreme poverty in three states of India. Every week over 10,000 childre...
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Kamati's Kids - Namibia

Kamati’s Kids is transforming the shanty-towns of Windhoek from the inside out. Kamati and his team mentors young leaders to bring positive change to their own communities. Half the population of Windhoek, Namibia live in shantytowns surrounding the ci...
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