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Australian Salesian Mission Overseas Aid Fund (ASMOAF)

Mamaland Foundation for Hope


Hunger is a daily fact of life in South Sudan.

The Mamaland Foundation for Hope has been established by South Sudanese-born women living in Melbourne who have committed themselves to provide food and help for street children and impoverished women in Juba, South Sudan. 

The Sacred Heart Sisters, a locally founded Religious Congregation, and the largest in the country, have a centre for needy women and children. They are providing low cost, nutritious, quality meals. Sr Alice Paolinho Loggale, who is in charge of the program, says there is an urgent need to expand this work and to provide separate emergency accommodation for girls and boys who are living on the streets. 

The Mamaland Foundation is appealing for funds to support this work started by the Sacred Heart Sisters. Donations will assist the most vulnerable children and women in Juba; they will be sent via Salesian Missions Australia and are tax-deductible. 

The Mamaland Foundation operated by a commitee lead by Stella Lado, President and also assisted by an advisory group:  Deacon George Piech Meat (Sudanese Chaplain, Archdiocese of Melbourne, Br Michael Lynch SDB (Salesian Missions) and De La Salle Brothers Bill Firman and Paul Smith.

To keep up with our work and events visit our Facebook page Mamaland Hope For Future Foundation


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Contact Details

PO Box 264


Are donations tax deductible?


Will I receive a receipt for my donation?

Yes, as soon as your donation is processed.