Rescue South Sudan Village People

Raising Awareness of the Continued Plight of the People of South Sudan

South Sudan has one of the worst literacy rates, employment rates, and survival rates, especially for females, in the world.  Rescue South Sudan Village People (RSSVP) aims to improve these staggering statistics by providing high-quality education based on time-proven teaching methods presented by highly qualified teachers. RSSVP is currently raising funds to build a school building for kindergarten through 2nd grade; our initial plan is to provide educational and developmental programs for children in these grades. For the next phases we plan to continue expanding the Majok-Chedhiop School, as funding is available until it becomes a full K-12th grade program.


We have already build four classrooms building. We are now raising $14,000 to build a teacher’s office. Rotary District has graciously donated $5,000 of that, and right now we need to raise an additional $9,000 to finish the administration office. 

Beyond the obvious issues with employability and the lack of hope for bettering their lives, this leaves the South Sudanese people vulnerable to aggression and oppression from outside forces and keeps these people from taking their rightful place on the world stage today.  With your help, we expect to achieve vastly improved literacy among girls and boys in the 6–16-year-old population of Majok-Chedhiop within the first decade of the school’s operation. 

Majok-Chedhiop primary eight students sitting for the Certificate of Primary Education.

Read what others are saying.

Dear Mr. Majak,
Thank you for sharing your story with me. Your story of hardship and trials gave me a perspective into a world I could never imagine. You just keep pushing through all of the pain,the loss, everything from starvation to exhaustion. Thank you for opening my eyes to a different world.
Thank you, Caleb Ye
Dear, Mr. Abraham Majak
Thank you for your time on Friday. Everyone who listened loved it and the story and everything you talked about. The story was super fun to listen to like the first to the last part. You really made me think more about my life and how I should be way more of a grateful person for all the things around me. Thank you again for coming we all loved it.
Sincerely, Carter Semple
Dear Mr. Abraham Majak,
Thank you for telling us about your journey as a lost boy it helped me understand more about what the lost boys went through. You should continue your work and share your story so others can help and make Sudan a better place.
Sincerely, Gavin Worthing
Dear Mr. Majak,
I am so happy that you got to share your story with us here at PIC. I am grateful that I got to hear your tale and really take in the hardships and challenges that you faced. You really opened my eyes and let me see a whole new point of view on Southern Sudan and the people of its residents. The people here all appreciate and support you in your journey to help make the world better and safer for everyone. I thank you for striving forward and persisting through it all. I hope you will read this and feel encouraged to keep going, even in the hardest of times.
Dominic Howard from PIC

Our Vision & Mission

RSSVP promotes sustainable communities by providing access to safe water, education, and medical care one village at a time. We envision each village of South Sudan equipped with safe water, health care, schools, community infrastructure, and local agriculture in order to be independent, healthy, and productive.

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