Aid and Care Inc

aka Aid and Care for Africa   |   Buffalo, NY   |  www.aidandcareforafrica.org

Mission

Mission Statement

Aid & Care, Inc. is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization born from the legacy of the "Lost boys and girls of Sudan who, through their life trials and tribulations developed a compassion for providing physical and emotional needs to vulnerable people and war affected communities in Africa. Since 2007, Aid & Care has helped meet the needs of people who are victims of war, genocides, natural disasters, disease, poverty and famine with the purpose of creating a vibrate community where there will be no blood, no tears and no crimes through building schools, health care and social well-being.

 

Vision Statement

Aid & Care envisions to become the dynamic life-safer and leader in creating a vibrate community where there will be no blood, no tears, no crimes, but where African children live without fear, learn and laugh to ignite hope and prosperity for a better future.

Ruling year info

2007

Principal Officer

Mr. Dominic Diing

Main address

P.O.BOX 1521

Buffalo, NY 14213

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Formerly known as

American Care and Education for Sudan

EIN

20-5144695

NTEE code info

Public, Society Benefit - Multipurpose and Other N.E.C. (W99)

Public, Society Benefit - Multipurpose and Other N.E.C. (W99)

IRS filing requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

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Our programs

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Building a School for Children without EDUCATION

One of our big goals is to build a combined mixed Day,
boarding and Christian Setting School in Makuach Village in a new Republic of
South Sudan where there are no primary and secondary schools exist. Children
continue to learn under trees without school supplies and qualified teachers.
They are affected by bad weather, animals’ attacks and fall trees. 

 

We will build a
school that will offer k-12 education from 6 to 21 years old and adult
education for young adults (22-35 years old). The proposed Makuach Central
school will serve an area of 5362 sq kms and a population of 30, 000 in an area
that currently only has more than 12,000 children without primary and secondary
schools. We have a wonderful 28-hectare (almost 64 acre) site allocated for the
school within the village.

Population(s) Served

The Thampods Project was established in 2010 and managed to
train more than 200 community health workers in South Sudan.

As largely needed in the rural villages and towns in South
Sudan, we seek funding to maximize its programs to areas where people are not
awareness of HIV/AIDS Hepatitis and have no access to malaria, TB and other
diseases treatments.

Let’s Fight THAMPODS to End campaign focus on six health
sectors

Tuberculosis

HIV/AIDS/Other related diseases

Malaria and Immunization

Family planning and reproductive health

Polio and Nutrition

Disease Control, prevention and treatments

 

While we need to reach out to communities that are affected
by these diseases, lack of funding is the biggest obstacle that cannot allow us
to reach those affected places. The project seeks donors’ support to expand its
program services to areas that are heavily affected by the diseases.

Population(s) Served

In 2008 we managed to rebuild an old school that was
destroyed during the war in Sudan. In less than a year when students began to re-use it, the school had
collapsed on students and teacher that had left four students and a teacher
killed and more than 30 other students were seriously injured. It was our first
school project to raise funds and build it. We managed to rebuild this school
with collaboration of other organizations and local communities. The school was
renamed New Hope Primary School to give a new hope to children and their
parents. Since opened in 2008, it has been hosting education for more than
3,000 children from five villages in Aweil North County, South Sudan.
Unfortunately there are only 14 classrooms with 21 teachers teaching in the
school. More classrooms were established under trees because such a large
number of students could not fit the 14 classrooms. This school seeks more funding to add more classrooms and
hire more teachers to run it.

Population(s) Served

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Aid and Care Inc

Board of directors
as of 6/2/2016
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board co-chair

Mr. Dominic D Diing

Buffalo Public Schools & Journey's End Refugee Services

Term: June 2007 - June 2013


Board co-chair

Mr. Abraham Y Anei

Spokane County Hospital

Term: Aug 2009 - June 2013

Vincent Agnello Director of Public Relations and Media

Niagara University

Anna McNab Director of Marketing and Communication

Niagara University

Theresa Mickey Cofounder & Executive Treasurer

Herington High School

Dominic Diing Founder & Board President

Journey's End Refugee Services & Buffalo Public Schools

Diane Lewis Board member

Buffalo State College

Hannah Allerdic Associate Director

Syracuse University

Abraham Anei Cofounder & Vince President

Spokane County Hospital

Gerry Catalano Executive Secretary

Niagara University

Monika Kual Assistant Treasure

Onondaga Community College

Alice Benishaka Member

ABC Financial Consultant

Manon JokAleu member

University at Buffalo

Ellene Phufas board member

Erie Community College