Daddy Ray and Music for Life first went to Sudan in the midst of the Civil War in the 1990’s. Children had no form of education so the team started to set up primary schools with as little as the trees for shade and the sandy ground and sticks as writing aids.
30 years on our work continues to break boundaries. MFL established 15 primary schools in that time and continues to support the Bright Star Academy Secondary School, Kajo Keji Teachers Training College and a Medical Clinic.
The African Children’s Choir not only raises funds for their own education – their tours fund projects like these in South Sudan so Music for Life can reach out to thousands of other vulnerable children who can not make it on tour.
Your help is needed so we can continue our work for the next 30 years. Please give £30 to our #30for30 campaign now.