Our Mission is to nurture and educate refugee children to become seeds of change for South Sudan.

Help Transform the Lives of South Sudanese Orphans

Founded By ‘Lost Boy of Sudan’, Now Educating 100+ Orphans

With the support of American donors, Seeds rescues South Sudanese refugee orphans from the crowded Kakuma Refugee Camp in Kenya. They join the Seeds family and are educated in boarding schools in Kenya. The students are selected based on recommendations and an interview in Kakuma.

Joining the Seeds of South Sudan family is life-changing. Our students receive three meals a day, medical care and an excellent education in Kenyan boarding schools. See Aguil’s transformation from 2007 to 2019 below by dragging the slider to the right to see her in Kakuma. Drag the slider left to see how she looks today as a confident, accomplished teen in high school.

Aguil Lual at Kakuma 2007Aguil Lual in 2019

Sponsorship of $150 per month covers tuition, room and board at Roots Academy (K-8) or one of the high schools in Kenya. Any donation helps meet our students’ needs.

Please click here to Donate and to help our students or consider sponsoring a student. You can help our high school graduates continue their education or contribute to rescue and sponsor more children from the Kakuma Refugee Camp. Your donation is fully tax deductible.

Seeds Student Fondly Remembers His Dad Before Father’s Day
SoSS Student Anyar Makuol

I vividly recall my father as a good man who always supported our family even when he had no money. He always encouraged us by saying “obstacles are the cost of greatness.”  My father saw and set goals, dreams, and aspirations for himself as well as for his family. 

My role model now is Raila Amolo Odinga. He is a Kenyan politician who always fights injustice and tribal rivalries.                           Anyar Makual Dau

Honor a Father and Help Our High School Grads Continue Their Education

Over 10 years, Seeds has been able to educate more than 100 South Sudanese refugee orphans in Kenya.

In recent years, some 30 students have graduated from high school in Kenya. About 12 have been supported by sponsors to attend university in Kenya. Three outstanding students have won scholarships to study in Canada.

Seeds leaders feel strongly that our students need more education or training in a trade to truly contribute to rebuilding South Sudan.

WHAT: Second Annual Father’s Day Walk June 13-28

WHERE: Walk Your Way – either virtually through a direct donation or with friends walking in a park, a mountain trail or around your neighborhood.

WHY: To commemorate Seeds founder Arok Garang’s walk of 1,000 miles from South Sudan to Ethiopia and on to Kenya, where he and the other Lost Boys of Sudan traveled between 1989 and 1992.

HONOR/MEMORY: Each walker can donate:
in honor of, in memory of or in celebration of a father in your life.

Email Byron@seedsofsouthsudan.org to let us know you are walking for Father’s Day and to ask any questions.

Click the red “Donate” button above and let us know the name and address of the person you are honoring with a donation. Donors will also receive an acknowledgement from Seeds of South Sudan. Thank you for your support!

Over $600K Donated

Seeds has been blessed to have many generous sponsors and donors over the years to educate more than 100 South Sudanese refugee orphans. Many more orphans are waiting at Kakuma Refugee Camp, where food rations have been further reduced. We also have many high school graduates who would like to receive education or training to better serve their country of South Sudan. Click here to see how you can help.Thank you!

Volunteer Your Time

We are always looking for great people to help our cause. Please click here for more information on volunteering.

HELP US BUILD A GENERATION OF EDUCATED LEADERS

Join us in transforming the lives of South Sudanese refugee orphans who are eager to attend school!

OUR STUDENTS

Lost Boy Finds His Mission

When the kids see Arok Garang at school, they see a friendly face and a hard-working custodian – instead of the lost boy who traversed hundreds of miles across a continent, avoiding war, famine and death.

Seeds of South Sudan