Our mission is to serve God through educating children and adults, advancing community development through farming and tree planting, clean water, healthcare and evangelism while partnering with individuals and organizations, for the spiritual, social and economic transformation of the South Sudanese people.
A group of Sudanese evangelical church leaders met in March of 2004 to formulate a plan to begin the process of restoration in the lives of their people after more than 2 decades of devastating war. These leaders believed that Christ and His Church held the only hope for a New Sudan. During this meeting, five intiatives were developed: education, food security, clean water, community health and evangelism.
Shortly thereafter, Sudan Evangelical Alliance Partners (SEA Partners) was established as a 501(c)3 organization in the United States to support the goals of these pastors and church leaders. SEA Partners exists to stand along side the people of South Sudan providing educational and spiritual support as part of God's plan in bringing new life and restored hope.
In 2005, SEA Partners staff and Board Members were invited to Boma and were asked by the local community to help the Murle people. After much prayer, SEA Partners accepted the call and began The Boma Project. The Board of Directors approved a Strategic Plan for 2015-2018 to provide guidance going forward.