Friends of Kajo Keji College

Friends of Kajo Keji College has teamed up with
Projects Delivering Hope

Who are we?

Friends of Kajo-Keji College was set up to provide financial support to Kajo-Keij Christian College when it was forced to relocate to Uganda in 2017 following violence in South Sudan. It consists of a group of UK based donors who each provide at least £5 a month to support the college and the important work they do to provide education for the South Sudanese.  John and Cathie Rutter are the founders and worked at the college in 2017-2018 with the Church Mission Society, John teaching Theology and Cathie working in admin and finance. If you would like to join this group, please contact cathie@projectsdeliveringhope.org.uk.  

How do we help the college?

  • Subsidise staff salaries
  • Provide medical expenses for staff and students
  • Support staff development 
  • Fund agricultural projects in Romogi in South Sudan
  • Contribute to rental costs
  • Fund outreach and training on the refugee camps

Why team up with PDH?

  • We are both committed to helping the South Sudanese and providing support
  • Projects Delivering Hope was already committed to support the college’s move back to Romogi – click here for details
  • It enables Friends of Kajo-Keji College donations to be eligible for Gift Aid which raises more money to help the South Sudanese

Kajo-Keji Christian College

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Facts

  • The college provides courses in Theology, Education and Business Studies
  • It has University status as one of the 5 campuses of the Episcopal University of South Sudan
  • It has a great track record in training pastors and many graduates are now in key roles in the South Sudan Church
  • The Principal is Rev Lule James Kenyi

 History

  • 1993: founded by the Diocese of Kajo-Keji, the college had the aim to train local church leaders/workers to meet the tremendous growth of the church in South Sudan and Sudan
  • 1994: due to the violence in South Sudan, the college was displaced to Adjumani, Northern Uganda
  • 1997: residential courses started
  • 2008: the college relocated back to Romogi, Kajo-Keji in South Sudan
  • 2017: due to further violence, the College had to relocate to Moyo, Northern Uganda