SANABA was established as a Texas Nonprofit Corporation in January 2011.
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While on a trip back to Sudan after a thirteen year hiatus in 2009, i took notice to the poor conditions that took place in my home cuntry. I was appalled by the severity of the conditions that many people lived in. One day i decided to spend the whole day touring the city and the outskirt villages. I knew my way around. I paused when i came to an old building with broken windows and a dusty old wood frame. I walked up the steps of the building and realized it was my old school. There was a man sitting next to the door, he gave me a long stare and smiled. He walked towards me and took a good look at me; he asked, "Do you know who i am?" "No, sir" I replied. "I am Doctor Muhammad Osman" he answered. I stood still for a moment, the memories flashed through my mind. I could remember when i had malaria and was paralyzed for a long time. My ears had been infected very badly from the disease and my jaws had swell up to melon size, malaria nearly took my life. Dr. Osman was the local doctor at the time, he has helped many people regardless if they had money or not. He held his hand out for mine, wanting to hold my hand, which is a sign of friendship and shows a sense of kinship. As he held my hand, we walked through the village; we stopped at the water well that distributes water to the different rural areas. The well was not covered, so it is easily contaminated. Many villages do not have any type of water cleaning system or a way to conserve water. This results in many people getting serious diseases such as kidney disease and malaria. As i looked up into the air, i could see the debris flying around in the air and trash filling the streets, the dumpster overflowing with garbage, the environment was bad. The city needed a change, a big change. I always tell everyone that i want to give back to my people, i realized at that moment that it was time i put my words into action. As soon as i came back to the United States, i organized a non profit organization to provide humanitarian services in Sudan. I realized that we all have an obligation to make the world a better place. Through will-power and passion, we can eradicate poverty entirely. I am mission motivated!
- Zaher M.Wali Eisa, Founder & President