The CAP Network is pleased to be engaging with Gua Africa to expand our investment in education in the region.
Founded in 2006 by South Sudanese former child soldier turned musician and activist Emmanuel Jal, Gua Africa has grown from an informal organization supporting a handful of young South Sudanese to the international organization it is today. Gua Africa works with individuals, families and communities to help them overcome the effects of poverty created by war or natural disaster, through education. Gua believes that giving everyone access to education will lead to an increase in individuals generating their own income and a more stable society. Gua Africa projects combine scholarship programs, teaching in refugee camps and feeding programs, all underpinned by a philosophy of peace education and a dedication to community income generation.
The CAP Network’s engagement will support the expansion of scholarships and education programs for refugees.
Learn more about Gua Africa through their website and develop your understanding about the how education can be a catalyst for change in war-affected communities.
Gua Africa – Canada is led by Emmanual Jal, founder of Gua Africa, who dreams of expanding the understanding and support of Canadians to the plight of children affected by conflict and poverty. Through Gua Africa – Canada, he is spreading his message of peace and education and raising funds for the project.
Visit our Affiliate Communities page to learn more about how it works and connect directly with Gua Africa Canada.
The Canada Africa Partnership (CAP) Network is a shared platform facilitating partnerships between Canadian and African communities.