Yar Manyang Khang, from Makuach Payam, Jonglei
Currently, a finalist pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management with a specialization in Finance and Banking at Moi University, Eldoret Kenya, she is also working with Nile Sustainable Development Organization in South Sudan. Miss Khang utilizes her free time from college for photoshoots regardless of the location or timing, which has luckily landed her in some photo advertisements.
Being in the company of young children is what keeps her heart at peace and happy. She has learned that this has helped her know her desire for the future; seeing that every child in the streets of SSD has a place to call home.
She believes no child desires to be in the road, but due to unavoidable circumstances in life, some find themselves there. Miss Khang says that every child has a right to healthy living plus education, and that a street child does not get access to either. It is NEVER TOO LATE, THOUGH, because the clock’s hand could still be turned to its right hour through desire, hard work, determination, and patience, which is the mother of all.