Our Missions

World Rescue Mission Agency Development Service Incorporated is a non-government, non-political, non-sectarian and not for profit organisation, which exists to provide, support, assistance and socialisation for refugees and humanitarian entrants in Australia and to provide relief and development opportunities to those residing in South Sudan. Its Members support the rule of law, democratic government and freedom of religion in a secular society.

People arrived in Australia within the last 10 years are still in the process of settling here and participating in society and many of them are not employed or financially secure. As a result they are finding it hard to meet their basic needs and also they are studying (school and TAFE) and experiencing difficulties for their coursework and writing assignments because of the language barrier and due to the lack of education previously they have not obtained, organisation support parents and young people. As people do not understand the Australian society and values they need assistance to learn how things are work here. Many of those young people from different countries don’t understand the Australian system so it is important to be able to run educational activities.

People living in Jonglei are mainly living in a subsistence environment in villages with little no access to funds to pay for basic development needs such as education, building water points, health. Many of the children have been orphaned during the war or due to parents dying early from health-related issues and they have not been able to attend school or gain an education. It is vital for the country and these children that to gain an education. There is a scarcity of water points (wells) in villages as those living there don’t have the necessary funds to build them. Women spent many hours walking to water sources, often these sources are open ponds and many diseases are caught from this water.

People living in Jonglei are mainly living in a subsistence environment in villages with little no access to funds to pay for basic development needs such as education, building water points, health. Many of the children have been orphaned during the war or due to parents dying early from health-related issues and they have not been able to attend school or gain an education. It is vital for the country and these children that to gain an education. There is a scarcity of water points (wells) in villages as those living there don’t have the necessary funds to build them. Women spent many hours walking to water sources, often these sources are open ponds and many diseases are caught from this water.