Hope for Humanity, Inc, formed in 2004, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization of the Internal Revenue Code, headquartered in the State of Virginia, U.S.A. Our organization is dedicated to growing the educational opportunities for South Sudanese youth.
We believe the most effective way to overcome poverty and the near 80% illiterary rate in South Sudan — both destructive outcomes of war — is to provide people with the ability to build their lives, communities, country, and world through education.
Our mission is to equip South Sudan’s girls and boys for leadership through a quality education with a Christian foundation.
Hope for Humanity, Inc. Board
A team of nine professional business leaders with experience in both the for-profit and non-profit world who are based in the United States of America.
David Soule, President,
Nate Salatin, Treasurer,
Mr. William Derry, Secretary,
Jeff Marshall, Board Director,
Gordon Murdock, Board Director,
Faithe Norrell, Board Director,
Catherine Perrin, Board Director,
David Wasik, Board Director,
Annie Zhang, Student Director
Hope for Humanity, Inc. Executive Director, Suzanne Hicks, possesses a unique combination of professional experiences in marketing as well as ministry experiences. Her business back- ground, a strong faith, and a desire to live the gospel through mission work are a great fit for Hope for Humanity, Inc.’s mission.
Suzanne holds degrees in history, religion, and patient counseling from Virginia Commonwealth University and a Master of Divinity degree from Union Presbyterian Seminary.
Hope and Resurrection Secondary School Teachers
A team of twelve university-trained teachers from Uganda who work and live with the students in Atiaba, South Sudan.
Mr. Dovico Kyabanawandi, Deputy Headmaster, Ms. Lillian Kabugho, Ms. Mary Muhindo, Mr. Willis Bensiima, Mr. Jacob Kule, Mr. John Baptist Tibyambweno, Mr. Kule Charles Mitsagharu, Mr. Musubaho Eryeza, Mr. Jerome Kisembo, Mr. Jude Thembo, Mr. Evarist Bwambale, Mr. Dennis Sunday
Hope and Resurrection Secondary School Headmaster
Hope and Resurrection Secondary School Headmaster, Anthony Mading Wal is a highly-respected local South Sudanese elder who works with the local chief, the community government and church and civic leaders to insure the school runs smoothly. He has over 32 years of experience in education, helping to write the South Sudanese primary and secondary curriculum and serving as headmaster of the Primary Teacher Training Institute in Wau.