Hope For Ariang Staff
John joined HFA to fill the position of Program Coordinator in Kenya. He has a strong background in ICT, database administration, research, and leadership. His journey started at Tennessee Institute of Information Technology where he enrolled in computer studies soon after high school. Being an internally displaced person, he volunteered to work at the same institute so that he could help out other youths to access computer education and start small businesses. To do this, he founded a youth organization called Investment and Power of Vision Initiative. This organization mentored youths on financial literacy and investment opportunities. After about 10 years of service to his community, John left his hometown for Nairobi to continue his studies at Tunapanda Institute. He demonstrated very reliable and concrete skills in leadership and organization management which saw Tunapanda retain him after graduation. He worked at Tunapanda as an ICT trainer, researcher, email & social media marketing officer, and as the head of operations sales & marketing. At HFA, John helps with coordination of all operational and logistical strategies of the organization.
Prior to joining Hope For Ariang, Josephine worked with Tunapanda Institute as an apprentice, Finance assistant and a business trainer. She joined HFA as Program assistant with the focus on supporting planning and implementation of special projects. She believes in creating opportunities for others especially youths and women. She loves training, mentoring and coaching young people to be long-life learners, earners and problem solvers.
Ariang Primary School Staff
Kuer has been teaching at Ariang Primary School since before the school building was even complete! He completed his Secondary School Certificate from Kampala, Uganda in 2010. From 2015 to 2016, Kuer was selected to attend a Government of South Sudan sponsored Teacher Training Institute. He is committed to Ariang Primary School and believes strongly in investing in the future of his community through education. In addition to his leadership responsibilities, Kuer also teaches 5th Grade Social Studies, 7th Grade Math and 8th Grade Science.
Ajang Madut Marol
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HOPE for Ariang Foundation recognizes the obstacles for a student to continue learning after completing their primary education at Ariang Primary School. The obstacles become even harder for a young girl in South Sudan. In order to provide increased opportunities for Ariang Primary School graduates to attend secondary school, HOPE for Ariang is launching a new scholarship program for qualified students.Students will be selected through an application and interview process where grades, teacher recommendations, school attendance, and motivation are considered. Students will be admitted to a local secondary school with the option of boarding, especially for our female students.