- I am 22 years old
- I am from Kadukli Village in South Kordufan, Sudan
- I am a member of the Nuba tribe
- I come from a family of 27 children
- I last saw my family in 2009 but am able to contact them, and know that they are alright
- For me LASS is a school in a home environment, which is comforting
My family lives in the Nuba Mountains, but originally, they lived in Kadukli Village, South Lordufan, Sudan. I am hoping to use my education as a stepping stone to influence my fellow Sudanese to pursue peace and unity. This will not be easy, because the country is not peaceful and it is not united. My favorite programs are discipleship and my care group family. History, entrepreneurship, divinity and information communication technology are my core subjects. The entrepreneurship training is very important to me because it is training me to be a job creator and not a job seeker. I am learning the qualities of a good leader. To me this means being honest, humble, a servant, good listener, and eloquent. In my free time I love to play sports, read novels, and tell stories.
2018 - I have seen an older man raping a young girl, she was rescued and taken to the hospital, it is difficult for me to erase this heartless experiance. That is one of the reasons I want justice for all.
In 5 years I see myself studying law at the university, to achieve my dream of becoming a lawyer to affect the justice system in my country.
2018 - I am passionate about justice!
My Vision For The Future
- I will be called a Child of God
- I will continue to appreciate different cultures
- I hope to go to the United States to study law
- I want to be a job creator and not a job seeker
- I hope to be a servant leader to my peers as well as a random stranger
"The diversity at LASS is important because one gets to learn different cultures and be transformed in different fields of life." - Rouzina July 2017