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Naabaya Foundation proudly congratulates Mr Sangba Evans
A 26year old born from Tambura County, Western Equatoria State, South Sudan. With the help of his father who was a peasant farmer, he was brought to Uganda for studies in the year 2002. He started his education journey from a government school Arua public primary in the west Nile region of Uganda though he finished his primary level of education from Kitara Parents primary school in Masindi.

In 2014, Mr. Sangba Evans was able to finish his ordinary level of education (senior four) in which he emerged as one of the best students in the school with 29 aggregates (first grade). With his performance, he joined the Advanced level of education doing a combination of Geography, Economics, Agriculture/sub mathematics. he obtained 14 points out of a possible 20points.
Due to financial constraints arising as a result of conflict in the home country South Sudan in 2016, Mr. Sangba Evans was unable to join University immediately and even had no hope of joining soon. But however, with the help of Naabaya Foundation, he was able to enroll at Makerere university, Kampala in 2018 August.
By God’s grace and sponsorship of Naabaya foundation, Mr. Sangba Evans was among the students to graduate at the 73rd graduation ceremony of Makerere university on the 14th of February 2023 with a bachelor’s degree in Agriculture and rural innovation




It’s the biochemical and physiological process by which an organism uses food to support it’s life.
It provides organisms with nutrients which can be metabolism to create energy and chemical structures.
Failure to obtain sufficient nutrients can lead to challenges in the body.

Nutrients are the good things that we get through good food which we need to nourish and nurture ourselves, and to be happy and healthy people. In scientific terms, nutrition is the supply of food that we need as an organism to feed our cell and keep them alive, we can get nutrients from products such as vitamins supplements, however when we talk about nutrition we mostly mean the nutrient we get from food.

Without nutrition, we grow weak, sick and at the very worst we can even die. We miss developmental milestones and can not put our bodies through the daily mental and physical tasks that we need them to. We are not able to grow and may also be unable to reproduce.
Nutrients are the fuel we need to enable the body to break down food.

The healthy human body needs seven different kinds of nutrients to thrive proteins, carbohydrates, fat, vitamins, minerals fibre and water. Macronutrients are the ones we need lots of while with micronutrients ( the vitamins and minerals) we can get by with a bit less vitamins are the most commonly known micronutrients which are essential organic compounds that the body needs to function.

Written by: Martina Sangara Desderio, a student of St. Mary Health Science Training Institute in Juba, South  Sudan.


Naabaya Foundation proudly congratulates Mr. Luis Pauda, a 28 years South Sudanese graduate of Team University in Uganda. Mr. Luis started  his studies in Tambura South Sudan. Due to civil war he moved to Arua in Uganda and then to Masindi where he completed Primary and Secondary schools from, On Sponsorship from Naabaya Foundation, Luis joined Team University in the year 2019 and graduated with a Bachelor Degree in Social Work and Social Administration in 2022. Congratulations!

Naabaya hails from Bariwara village in a town called Ri Rangu in Yambio County, Republic of South Sudan



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