Nehemiah Polytechnic Institute & Biblical Studies: The proposed one-year academic program will prepare students to obtain experiences to create employment, thus stemming the tide of brain-drain in South Sudan.
Nehemiah Polytechnic Institute & studies of Biblical World View Initiative:
One of the key solutions to stop people from leaving South Sudan into exile, stop the war and contribute to peace and economy stability is to build vocational schools that will have a tangible impact on the community. To date, South Sudan imports most of her skilled labor force from Uganda and Kenya. A country can’t survive like this. The root causes of instability in South Sudan are spiritual, physical, political and as well as economical. There is a massive exodus of people leaving the country either because of war or the search for education and employment. Unfortunately, 99 % of them never come back. Therefore, with your support and encouragement, our next initiative is the construction of the Nehemiah Polytechnic Institute and Studies of Biblical Worldview at the Yerushalayim Summit on Gordon MT in Nimule. The proposed one-year academic program will prepare students to obtain experiences or create employment opportunities and support their families, thus stemming the tide of brain-drain and lack of opportunity.
OMNI has been funded by Christian foundations, individuals, families, churches, and organizations in the USA, making the most out of little to keep pressing on the rebuilding effort of the nation and implementing the great Commission...
The Technical facility will train skilled labor in various technical fields such as auto mechanics, mechanical, medical, plumbing, manufacturing, Solar Energy and electrical engineering, IT, agricultural technology, plumbing, hydrology, midwifery, and Biblical Apologetics to reform work ethic and civic responsibility.
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