I CAN Children


I CAN is a Community-Based Organization (CBO) that aims to engage unaccompanied refugee children in social and musical activities. The aim is three-fold: to give them meaning, purpose and hope in their lives, to develop their skills and talents for the future, and to provide them with a voice to express their trauma and their desire for peace. I CAN was created by Mr. Stephen Wandu Bimo and Kyobutungi Angela in October 2017. Stephen Wandu is a South Sudanese refugee and an experienced musician, who has worked with the Mbaraza Gospel Band, the Fire Gospel Band, and as singer-songwriter Ambassadeur Koko. He participated in the composition and writing of the South Sudanese national anthem and was elected President for Musicians in Western Equatoria State in 2010. He has previous experience with children, having worked as a musical teacher for primary schools in South Sudan, for Sunday Schools, and with street children. He is a father of three children of his own. Kyobutungi Angela is a single mother to her daughter, Anita. Her concern for the plight of unaccompanied refugee children led her to suggest the foundation of I CAN. Kyobutungi Angela is an experienced youth trainer, youth counselor and youth mentor. She has worked with Reproductive Health Uganda (RHU) as their District Based Trainer on the project Youth Empowerment Through Agriculture (YETA).


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I CAN South Sudan Ltd


SSJuba, South Sudan
In operation since: 


I CAN Children South Sudan
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