About Us

Ayak D Mithyang

Founder and Activist

Kout Dau

Vice President

Jok Biong Kuol

Director of Education

Our Story

Ayak was born in the Village of Abyei in South Sudan in 1984, three years before the Sudan Second Civil War. When the Civil War broke out, Ayak, her mother, and her siblings were left wondering after their father was captured. Without hope, they fled their beautiful homeland to safety in Northern Sudan. Ayak later moved to Cairo in 2002, leaving her siblings and mother behind. Two years after her arrival, she moved to the United States as a refugee in 2004 and settled in San Diego.

Ayak is also a mother of two children, a dancer, a poet, and a Daycare Provider. She loves helping people, and her vision is to support Children in Africa, particularly in South Sudan, affected by the Civil War. Her goal is to provide education and healthcare facilities throughout South Sudan, where children can learn and make friends across the world.

With your help, we can make a difference in the world.


We already have one school completed and the second school in progress. School supplies have been donated and are ready to ship. We plan to hire Teachers and obtain much-needed school supplies.


We will provide medical personnel and medical supplies for treating people. We are securing partnerships and grants from medical companies to donate supplies and equipment.


We also provide these additional Services: Foster Care, Child Care Services, Domestic Violence Shelters, Men Shelters, Youth Programs for Ages 10 to 18, Back-to-school Preparation, and Preschooling.