Providing over-the-counter medical supplies to clinics and dispensaries in various villages of BUDI county in south Sudan. As new country, south Sudan lacks basic health care facilities and unable to provide health care services to its citizens in remote areas. Haula every year procures medical kits and over-the-counter drugs from USA and deliver them to BUDI county.
To improve learning and enhance academic performance, Haula provides learning materials such as Text Books, Exercise Books, Pens, Pencils, Sharpeners, Erasers, Classroom Desks and several other learning materials. Budi County of Eastern Equatoria State currently have 43 primary schools run by the County government. Out of 43 primary schools in the county, 31 schools are under the tree classrooms.
BUDI county people are subsistence Farmers. Their major crops includes Maize, Sorghums, Millets, Sesame, Cassava, Sweet Potatoes, Bananas, Irish Potatoes and fewer other variety of vegetables and fruits that cannot be mentioned here. The main challenges faced by BUDI farmers is insufficient or excessive rainfall conditions. The other aspect is poor farming methods that have been used and preserved from ancient times.
As part of the school curriculum and promotion of sport and physical fitness in BUDI County, Haula recognizes the importance of it and will promote athleticism and hidden talent in the county. Haula every year procures hundreds of soccer balls, basketballs, volleyballs, goal nets, shoes and uniforms to various schools in the county.
To preserve and maintain the Didinga and Laarim culture and tradition to the growing population in foreign countries such as the US, Canada and Australia, Haula came up with a program to train Didinga and Laarim language for both children and adults who cannot read and write. This training will be offered through an online platform via Zoom and Youtube Channels.