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MOPS International- South Sudan
Tue, 5 Mar 2019 07:57 EST
Seeking for Financial Supports for facilitaing seven days workshop on the theme "Fuel the Fire" at St. Parish Church in Juba.
I would like to draw your attention to our new initiative groups of Mothers (moms)in St. Thomas Parish Church, Munuki Juba. the MOPS South Sudan are in partnership agreement with MOPS in USA on 27/9/2017. Our partners provides us with curriculum, new hand out resource and online kits opportunities,however with few introduction.

MOPS requests for your kindly supports to facilitate its workshop in St. Thomas Parish Church and the theme: is Fuel the fire.And more information about this initiative will be able to provide to you in details if our missions is having a sense to your mission.
Below is our mission/vision, values

Mission/ Statements
MOPS International encourages and equips moms of young children to realize their potential as mothers, women and leaders, in relationship with Jesus, and in partnership with the local church.”

What are MOPS International- South Sudan Values?

Excellence: The achievement of organizational excellence by conducting all the affairs of the ministry in accordance with biblical principles, sound management, personal and organizational integrity, financial stewardship, and empowerment of the staff to accomplish organizational outcomes.
Heritage: The historical MOPS group structure serves as a model for ministry.
Faith Position Statement: A commitment to the MOPS International Faith Position Statement.
Partnerships/Alliances: Partnership/Alliances where individual strengths are shared for a common purpose.
Local Church: A relationship with the local church, embracing a spectrum of diverse denominations, which are in agreement with our Faith Position Statement.
You find us on this contact

Email: johnfola993@gmail.com or mopsintss3@gmail.com

Thank you
Khamis John
MOPS International Director
St. Thomas Parish Church
Juba, South Sudan
Sat, 25 Nov 2017 03:00 EST
Dear sir/madam.
I am a Tanzanian . I hold a degree(honours) in Mathematics. Kindly if there is the possibility of getting full funded scholarship for further study Masters in related course(Mathematics).
John Luate Raimon Elioba
Tue, 21 Apr 2015 15:49 EDT
request for support in medical school
Dear sir/madam
with respect and honor to your office, I am John
Raimon Elioba a
South Sudanese by nationality aged 22 years.
I was admitted to Kampala international
university-College of medicine
in 2013 and I have completed 2 years.
my uncle was my sponsored but currently he had
pass away and therefore
no one to support me to complete my studies.
I will be very grateful if ur office will consider my
Tel. +211954064541
email luatejohn@gmail.com
Gai Cikom Ayeidit
Fri, 23 Jan 2015 06:00 EST
Accepted to go to Zimbabwe, (H.I.T) university.
Iwanted to send the words of thanks and bless to all Zimbabwean in Juba S.sudan and inside Zimbabwe for theirs love,courage and helping towards our young nation S.sudan by giving 199 students plus me scholarshhp to go and study in their universities, it's very great to S.sudanese. Thanks you very much, God bless Zimbabwean and God bless Zimbabwe.
Joseph Tabia Bazia
Sat, 30 Aug 2014 03:03 EDT
Request for scholarship in Zimbabwe
I'm south Sudanese by nationality 24 at age, complete sudan certificate 2011. I couldn't keep with my study due to great loss of my parents during LRA crisis in south Sudan. I remain alone, may your office assist me to study in your country. Thanks
my contact no 0914157480/ 0955951550 or email : Josephtabia25@gmail.com
mike gaga abe
Mon, 9 Dec 2013 04:10 EST
short courses sponsorship in Zimbabwe
i am a south Sudanese. i want to know whether i will get sponsorship to study in Zimbabwe either short courses or university study.i have my Zimbabwean adopted mother whom i will be staying at her home if there will be no accommodation.

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