HAULA is a Non-Profit charitable organization, officially registered and operating within the charitable status of the Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 of the United State Federal Tax Code.

Haula was founded and formed in 2016 by the community members of Didinga and Laarim tribe of Eastern Equatoria state, Republic of South Sudan, and who are also the citizens of United States of America and Canada.
Haula’s area of operation and service delivery is in BUDI County, eastern Equatoria state, South Sudan.

Support young boys and girls who are attending school by providing them school supplies and sporting accessories. Embarks on a mission to support local medical clinic and dispensaries by supplying them medications to treat minor illnesses and diseases. Support local farmers by training and equipping them with modern farming methods so that they can improve on their crops yield and production. In addition to training, Haula provides better seeds that are resistant to various pests and diseases. Preserve Didinga and Laarim culture and tradition through language training and story telling to young boys and girls who are residents of USA and CANADA. Adults who are not literate in reading and writing are also encouraged to learn.
Our Projects
To improve learning and enhance academic performance, Haula initiated a program for providing school supplies and other learning accessories for students in Primary schools in BUDI county of South Sudan. Currently, Budi county have about 43 primary schools with classrooms ranging from primary one to eight (P1- P8). These are government owned schools and are poorly served in terms of school supplies due to lack of funding by the government. Out of 43 primary schools in the county, 31 schools are under the tree schools.
In order to sustain food supply and improve dietary needs for the people of BUDI county, Haula initiated the program to help local farmers improve their crop yield and discourage bad farming practices. This is done by introducing modern farming methods and providing better seeds that are resilient to climatic conditions through an expert who is skilled and experience in modern farming. People of BUDI county are Subsistence Farmers. Their major crops are: Maize/Corn, Sorghums, Millets, Sesame, Cassava, Sweet Potatoes, Bananas, Irish Potatoes and few variety of vegetables and fruits
As part of the school curriculum in BUDI County, Haula recognizes the importance of sport and other related physical activities that can be incorporated into the academic life of the students. Sports improves health and encourages athleticism and an untapped athletic talent. Haula therefore, and every year procures balls for soccer, basketballs, volleyballs goal nets, sport shoes and other physical activities game accessories. Haula also believes that supporting sports among the youth will create a deterrence for youth to stay away from unwanted crimes in the community. Sports bring unity among the youth and the people of BUDI county.
To preserve and maintain the Didinga's and Laarim's culture and tradition in the growing population of BUDI citizens in foreign countries such as the US, Canada and other western countries like UK and Australia, Haula came up with a program to first offer Didinga and Laarim language training for both children and adults who cannot read and write the language. This training will be offered through an online virtual platforms such as the Zoom and Youtube Channels. Haula believes by introducing this training opportunities to children who are almost about to lose their cultural heritage and cannot read and write in their own language, will help preserve and maintain Didinga and Laarim culture and tradition.
Our Mission

Our mission is to enthusiastically pursue a community-focused  project initiatives that are engineered to enhance academic performance and to empower individuals to be self-sufficient for sustainable economic growth and a better future for themselves.

Our Vision

Haula envisioned a Didinga and Laarim society that is more educated, less hungry, peaceful and economically prosperous to all.