The funds required to initially form, develop, incorporate, register and advertise the non-profit organization have been initially provided by Kuol Aleng, himself a native of the South Sudan, now a US citizen and currently a business person permanently residing Texas in the United States. He formed a Board of Directors with other survivors of the South Sudan who are now citizen residents of the US and who are dedicated to improving conditions for those still suffering in their native country. He has developed an on-going partnership with the Anglican Diocese of the Episcopal Church in South Sudan to continue to develop the non-profit organization into a comprehensive, fully operational organization, represented by the officially appointed Bishop for that area. On-going service delivery operation with the funding will be solicited in the form of contributions, donations and sponsorships from the general public and through grants and/or loans. The funding raised will be allocated to cover the provision of all legal and development requirements, including the lease of program operations space, program supplies and vehicles, farming and other equipment, staff salaries and miscellaneous operating expenses to deliver the described services. A comprehensive Operations Plan provides the guidelines and designated activities to accomplish the development and implementation of the required activities necessary to the success of this
important non-profit venture.