Your donation will strategically aid the ongoing research process, the sending of materials to Africa, necessary travel, in publicizing the findings, archiving the data, producing audio and DVD materials, announcing the ongoing needs, distributing specific tools, and tracking the process of nation-building in South Sudan.
Write to Mary Akech Taban, the director of Private Sector Development in South Sudan and obtain the latest information about taxes, enterprise zones, incentives, customs, and any necessary licenses. Contact:
Current business opportunities include the building and managing of hospitality centers/biological research centers near Nimule National Park on the Nile, and the launching of family agricultural enterprises near the village Borongole. Contact:
In May, 2012, hostile attacks from the Bashir regime have brought the two Sudans to the verge of war. It would be too dangerous at this time for families to try to live and work in South Sudan. When conditions become more stable, it must be remembered that pioneering in the new nation will be hard, risky, challenging, and much like it was in the early days of the American Colonies. But there are places where the example and contributions of an orderly family will later benefit the new nation greatly. For more information, write to: