“The situation is so bad. Already eight have died from lack of food in Rumbek. Some food and medicine is available for purchase, but the prices are so high that it is out of reach for most people. I am appealing for all those of good will to help our people who are now in Rumbek. They ran away from the fighting in Wau and Juba with their children, have come here and are now longing for food and medicine.” - Bishop Alapayo of Rumbek
In Africa there are many rulers and few leaders. Bishop Alapayo Kuctiel is leading the effort to take DAI’s programmes to every level of leadership in South Sudan in the hope that the message of servant leadership will make a significant impact on the future of the country.
HOW DAI IS MAKING AN IMPACT
DAI focuses on two niches of a leader’s development – their spiritual growth and effectiveness at managing people, money and organizations. DAI offers leaders a variety of courses and degree programs, organizational consulting for churches and non-profits, and mentoring to support leaders’ growth through intentional relationships. As these leaders grow and change, they often pass on what they have learned to others, dramatically multiplying the impact.
WHERE WE WORK
DAI works with leaders in over 70 countries, focusing on those places with the least access to the services DAI provides. We have divided these countries into nine regions to better address and support their unique needs.