International Projects:

Providing Quality Opportunity Through Education

Since 2014, MADAA has led in supporting girl child education through sponsorship and by establishing Fr. Leopoldo Anywar College in South Sudan.


This school started with 29 students and today it boosts with over 650 students, 24 teachers and 15 non-teaching staff. To learn more about Fr Leopoldo Anywar College please Visit the School website

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Educating South Sudanese young people

Magwi Development Agency Australia Inc runs programs in South Sudan with primary objective of helping girls and boys access an education. Our focus is taking service to the villages, which was a rallying call by the founding father of South Sudan Dr. John Garang. True to our commitment to provide quality opportunity through education, our key focus is ona ensuring young people remain in school and completed high school level successfully. We provide boarding facility for girls, feeding program in the school for all students and sponsorship to make sure no child is left out due to financial hardship. We also train teachers and offer support and professional development to ensure children receive the best education possible

Local Projects (Australia)

  • Employment Pathways: Supporting job seeker become through job ready programs like resume writing, job search skills, job application and on job placement support.
  • Coaching Young People for Success: Our group session help young people develop their skills in five fundamental areas: I. Career Pathways Plan II. Step for life Success III. Performance Plan IV. Steps for School Success V. Peer Skills
  • Domestic Violence Awareness: Awareness sessions for men and women including safety plan. We also provide referral to specialised service provider agencies within Adelaide
  • Community Development: supporting new and emerging community leaders through leadership programs, grant writing and general capacity development for managing community organisation
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