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About us

The South Sudanese Community Association of Colorado

The South Sudanese Community Association of Colorado (SSCAOC) is a community based non-profit organization dedicated to serving South Sudanese people living in the state of Colorado, USA. This organization was formed in 2002 by the group of South Sudanese immigrant settlers who came from different nations such as Egypt, Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia, and some Middle East countries. Amongst, were “The Lost Boys and Lost Girls of Sudan” who reside in Denver, Aurora, Colorado Spring, Boulder, and many other cities in Colorado.  The first South Sudanese settlers come up with a tangible initiative to create a viable community to address their own issues and to make smooth integration into the American society and to share common life together as one people. Since then, this community was able to solve issues such as refugee newcomers, integration, education, and immigration matters.  Since the establishment of the South Sudanese community in 2002, its size has increased into thousands from the year 2000 through 2008. Most of its members live in Denver, Aurora, and Boulder to make it the biggest concentration cities of South Sudanese people in Colorado.  Mission statement: The South Sudanese Community Association of Colorado is a community based non- profit organization dedicated to improving, provide, and advance well-being of all South Sudanese people in Colorado. Vision statement: Our vision is to provide the best, sustainable, and safe community to all members. Goal and objective is: To promote youth activities To provide afterschool activities to the children To empower women education and well-being To protect all members to achieve American dream  To promote unity among members To promote Sudanese and American culture
South Sudanese Community Association of Colorado

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