UK and Canadian Universities ACS Collab

GUA Africa is excited to launch a new fundraising initiative, partnering with UK and Canadian University African Caribbean Societies (ACS) to raise money to sponsor 50 children’s education for a year, at our JAL GUA Academy, in South Sudan.

Shop Online

There are so many ways to use your time online to help your favourite charity. Do you buy or sell things on the internet? If the answer is yes – look below to see just how you could be raising funds for Gua Africa at the same time!

Become A Sponsor

If you would like to become a sponsor for our Survivors of War programme (for a minimum of £50 per month), please email A member of the Gua Africa team will get in touch with you to take you through the process.

Survivors of War Programme

Since the project began in 2008 many of our students have now graduated the programme with qualifications in fields such as medicine, engineering, teaching and accountancy

My Life is Art Leadership Course – Kakuma Refugee Camp

Since 2018 Emmanuel Jal and a team of 3 dedicated MLIA leaders have run an annual leadership courses in Kakuma Refugee Camp training young leaders from the age 12 – 20. My Life is Art principles are designed to promote leadership skills and a purpose driven life.

Windle Trust International Vocational Training

We have recently partnered with Windle Trust International on a vocational training programme in Kakuma Refugee Camp, Kenya. So far we have raised £9,000 through the BIG GIVE challenge to support this initiative with the building of an IT facility at the camp.

My Start Project

Gua Africa took My Start project under its charity umbrella to facilitate creative art programming at Kakuma refugee camp. My Start is an arts project, which tackles the subject of conflict and displacement in a truly unique way; offering high quality creative education to young refugees and delivering exceptional learning resources to students in the UK.

Teachers In Kakuma

Thanks to the SDL Foundation funding and our partnership with UNHCR, our teacher training program greatly improved the quality of teaching at the Kakuma refugee camp’s secondary schools.

Primary School Construction – Leer, South Sudan

Gua Africa improved the facilities at two local primary schools in Leer (the home-place of our founder Emmanuel Jal). We continued to support the schools with the provision of resources such as books, pencils and teacher’s salaries that ensure schools remain open during times of emergency.


If you are an individual or company interested in raising funds for Gua Africa- we will support you every step of the way. Just let us know your ideas and we will offer you guidance, fundraising materials and help promote your efforts.

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